It has been 19 years since the Best Presenter award at the National Television Awards was won by someone other than famous Geordie duo, Ant and Dec.
And owing to the pair’s continuous reign of glory, The Guinness World Records have given them another gong.
Viewers watched on Tuesday night as ITV streamed the stars’ emotional reactions as they picked up an NTA gong, with a teary-eyed Ant expressing his genuine shock.
The pair have continued to secure their place as fan favourites following a tough year for Ant McPartlin who took some time out from presenting due to a drink-driving charge.
He later checked into rehab for alcohol abuse.
Despite this, the 43-year-olds will certainly have more trophies to shine after being awarded world record plaques for their wins.
Ant and Dec posed backstage while filming Britain’s Got Talent, a similar setting to Tuesday night’s NTA triumph.
Captioning the moment, they wrote: “The lovely folks from Guinness World Records came down to BGT auditions today and surprised us with these. How lovely! Thank you.”
The pair faced stiff competition this year with This Morning’s Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield also up for nominations as well as Graham Norton and Bradley Walsh.
Their win was met with divided opinions from fans, with some taking to Twitter to call it “unfair” and “undeserving”.
One user tweeted: “Holly Willoughby was most deserving of this award, not Ant.”
During the stars’ short hiatus from presenting, fellow nominee, Holly had taken his role alongside Dec to host I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here!
Although Holly did not receive the award for Best Presenter, she was successful in the Best Daytime category which she won for This Morning.
Ant and Dec’s achievement has cemented their place in the best-loved TV personalities of our generation.