She was awarded the coveted Best Actress prize for her role in Call The Midwife.
But Jenny Agutter took an unfortunate tumble as she left London’s Hilton Hotel in Park Lane following the 2022 TV Choice Awards on Monday.
The star, 69, who was awarded for her role as Sister Julienne in the BBC drama, received a helping hand after slipping as she made her way out of the venue.
Oops! Jenny Agutter, 69, took an unfortunate tumble as she left London’s Hilton Hotel in Park Lane following the 2022 TV Choice Awards on Monday
Jenny cut a chic figure in a chic pink satin shirt dress as she made her way home from the awards.
However, she appeared to lose her footing while walking over a floor hump, and needed the help of a photographer to get back on her feet.
It came after Jenny was awarded Best Actress for her role in Call The Midwife, having played Sister Julienne on the show since 2012.
Glam: The star who was awarded for her role as Sister Julienne in the BBC drama, was seen leaving the venue in her chic pink satin dress
Need some help? However, she appeared to lose her footing while walking over a floor hump, and needed the help of a passer-by to get back on her feet
Be careful! She appeared to slip over the unexpected elevation on the floor, but a photographer nearby stepped in to help
The show was also awarded Best Family Drama, having previously received the prize in 2020 and 2021.
This Morning lost out on the Best Daytime Show gong for the first time in nine years at the TV Choice Awards on Monday evening.
The Holly Willoughby, 41, and Phillip Schofield, 60, fronted show had their winning streak ended by ITV quiz The Chase, hosted by Bradley Walsh and his brain-boxer chasers.
And while Emmerdale was named Best Soap by viewers and readers yet again, there’s a first TV Choice Awards win for the show’s Mark Charnock, for his moving performance as stroke survivor Marlon Dingle, 26 years after he became the wayward clan’s latest member to arrive in the village.
Glam: It came after Jenny was awarded Best Actress for her role in Call The Midwife, having played Sister Julienne on the show since 2012
Triumphant: Call The Midwife was also awarded Best Family Drama, having previously received the prize in 2020 and 2021
Meanwhile, the storylines surrounding another troubled soap favourite – EastEnders’ Jean Slater – have led to Gillian Wright grabbing her first ever TV Choice gong for her portrayal of Stacey’s struggling mum, who first appeared in Walford 18 years ago.
For some, it is business as usual – with I’m A Celebrity… gaining yet another Best Reality Show award – its 17th – for the second series which swapped Australia’s bush for Wales’ Gwrych Castle.
There’s cause for Channel 5 to break out the bubbly as its On The Farm shows defeat 24 Hours In A&E, Bradley & Barney Walsh: Breaking Dad and The Repair Shop to win Best Factual Show. Over at Channel 4, there’ll be celebrations thanks to another win for Gogglebox and Celebrity Gogglebox in the Best Entertainment show.
Meanwhile, streaming giant Netflix are reflecting how our viewing habits are changing, grabbing three awards.
Lauded: Jenny is known for her role as Sister Julienne in the BBC series, which she has played for more than decade
TV Choice readers have taken After Life to their hearts with two previous wins, and this year its star and creator Ricky Gervais is rewarded with our Best Comedy Performance prize, for the bittersweet series’ third and final run.
Smash hit period romp Bridgerton follows its Best New Drama win with a first triumph as Best Drama Series.
And touching coming-of-age drama Heartstopper beats another Netflix hit, Squid Game, The Larkins and This Is Going To Hurt to be named Best New Drama, completing the Netflix hat trick.
Elsewhere, though Tess and Claudia can’t compete with Ant and Dec’s bulging trophy cabinet, British viewers still love seeing stars take on the challenge of the Cha and Charleston, as BBC One’s Strictly Come Dancing is named the nation’s Best Talent Show.
Missing out: This Morning lost out on the Best Daytime Show gong for the first time in nine years at the TV Choice Awards (Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield pictured)
Taking the trophy: The Holly Willoughby, 41, and Phillip Schofield, 60, fronted show had their winning streak ended by ITV quiz The Chase, hosted by Bradley Walsh (pictured)
It beat ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent and The Masked Singer and Channel 4’s Bake Off shows to clinch a win for the 19th series, in which Giovanni Pernice and Rose Ayling-Ellis triumphed to lift the coveted Glitterball trophy.
Jon Peake, Editor of TV Choice magazine commented of the awards: ‘It’s a real thrill to see such a diverse range of talent among the nominations this year, as well as some established favourites.
‘But as to who’ll triumph on the night – let’s wait and see!’
While host Jo Brand added: ‘I am, as always, really looking forward to the great evening of The TV Choice Awards 2022. It’s always a lively event, and yes, that is a euphemism!’
Last year’s awards saw Line Of Duty and Coronation Street come out on top with three gongs each, with Bridgerton and Gogglebox also faring well.
TV CHOICE AWARDS 2022: WINNERS
BEST DRAMA SERIES
All Creatures Great And Small
Bridgerton – WINNER
Death In Paradise
BEST FAMILY DRAMA
Around The World In 80 Days
Call The Midwife – WINNER
BEST NEW DRAMA
Heartstopper – WINNER
This Is Going To Hurt
BEST ENTERTAINMENT SHOW
The 1% Club
Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway
Gogglebox/Celebrity Gogglebox – WINNER
The Graham Norton Show
BEST REALITY SHOW
Freeze The Fear With Wim Hof
I’m A Celebrity… Get Me Out Of Here! – WINNER
Pilgrimage: The Road To The Scottish Isles
BEST COMEDY PERFORMANCE
Brenda Blethyn in Kate & Koji
Ricky Gervais in After Life – WINNER
Lee Mack in Not Going Out
Siobhán McSweeney in Derry Girls
BEST TALENT SHOW
Britain’s Got Talent
The Great British Bake Off/Bake Off: The Professionals/The Great Celebrity Bake Off For Stand Up To Cancer/Junior Bake Off
The Masked Singer
Strictly Come Dancing – WINNER
BEST LIFESTYLE SHOW
DIY SOS: The Big Build
Holidaying With Jane McDonald
Long Lost Family/Long Lost Family: Born Without Trace – WINNER
BEST DAYTIME SHOW
The Chase – THE CHASE
Steph’s Packed Lunch
Jonathan Bailey in Bridgerton
Daniel Laurie in Call The Midwife
Cillian Murphy in Peaky Blinders – WINNER
Ben Whishaw in This Is Going To Hurt,
Jenny Agutter in Call The Midwife – WINNER
Simone Ashley in Bridgerton
Jodie Comer in Killing Eve
Nicola Walker in The Split
BEST FACTUAL SHOW
24 Hours In A&E
Bradley & Barney Walsh: Breaking Dad
The Repair Shop
This Week On The Farm/Springtime On The Farm/Summer On The Farm/Winter On The Farm – WINNER
BEST FOOD SHOW
Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted
The Hairy Bikers Go North
James Martin’s Saturday Morning – WINNER
Emmerdale – WINNER
BEST SOAP ACTOR
Max Bowden as Ben Mitchell in EastEnders
Mark Charnock as Marlon Dingle in Emmerdale – WINNER
Danny Dyer as Mick Carter in EastEnders
Alan Halsall as Tyrone Dobbs in Coronation Street
BEST SOAP ACTRESS
Kellie Bright as Linda Carter in EastEnders
Sally Carman as Abi Webster in Coronation Street
Paige Sandhu as Meena Jutla in Emmerdale
Gillian Wright as Jean Slater in EastEnders – WINNER