Kate Winslet and her daughter and co-star Mia Threapleton attended the British Academy Television Awards on Sunday at London’s Royal Festival Hall.
The Hollywood actress, 47, who won Best Actress for the drama I Am Ruth, in which she co-starred with her daughter, 22, wore a stunning black evening gown to the ceremony.
She looked stunning in the tiny black number, which had an asymmetrical highneck style and hugged her shape to perfection.
The stylish gown was cut just below her knee, and she accentuated her form with pointed shoes.
Mum-of-three Kate wore a dazzling make-up look and pulled her hair back into a stylish updo, finishing the look with a pair of dramatic earrings.
Mia, whose father is Kate’s ex-husband, Jim Threapleton, wore a plunging black silk jumpsuit with a wide white belt.
Sweeping her blonde hair into a bun, she wore diamond chandelier earrings and carried a black handbag.
Kate was named Best Actress for her highly lauded portrayal in I Am Ruth, and she paid homage to her co-star and daughter Mia Threapleton during her acceptance speech.
The BBC’s breakout success The Traitors took up the Reality And Constructed Factual category, while presenter Claudia Winkleman won Entertainment Performance for her work on the program.
While Anne-Marie Duff was honored for her performance in Bad Sisters, the viewer-voted BAFTA for the P&O Cruises Memorable Time Award went to the time Paddington Bear had tea with The Queen at her Platinum Jubilee Performance.
Ben, who received critical praise for his role as NHS junior Adam Kay in This Is Going To Hurt, was named Best Actor, beating out Gary Oldman, Martin Freeman, Cillian Murphy, and Chaske Spencer.
On stage, the 42-year-old actor said,’Oh goodness me, I really didn’t think that would happen and I love so much the actors in this category.’
Whishaw also said that everyone in the show is just mind-blowing, and that “most of all, Adam Kay, for writing this wonderful role.” I’m grateful and humbled.’
The medical drama is based on Kay’s book This Is Going To Hurt: Secret Diaries Of A Junior Doctor, which documents his time in the NHS as a trainee doctor.
Sir Mo Farah also won for his BBC One documentary, The Real Mo Farah, which showed that he was unlawfully brought to the UK as a teenager.
When accepting the award for outstanding single documentary, the four-time Olympic champion devoted it to kids who are being trafficked.
The kids have no say at all; they are just kids, and no child should ever go through what he did, he hopes his tale indicates they aren’t alone, they are in it together, he added in his address.
The 40-year-old praised the BBC crew for making it ‘simple’ to shoot and said he wouldn’t have been able to do it ‘without them,’ while his wife, Tania Nell, claimed the couple’s children ’empowered’ them to share the tale.
Siobhan McSweeney earned her first BAFTA TV award for Best Female Performance in a Comedy Program for her role in the Channel 4 show Derry Girls as Sister Michael, the eye-rolling administrator of the show’s Our Lady Immaculate College.
The Traitors won the reality and factual category, and presenter Claudia Winkleman, 51, said she and the crew were ‘blown away by this, thank you very much’ as she accepted the medal.
Claudia’s night became even better when she collected the Entertainment Performance Award for presenting The Traitors later that evening.
Lenny Rush won the prize for Best Male Comedy Performance for his work in Am I Being Unreasonable?