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Ant and Dec share pictures of their Covid tests as they joke about falling ill

TV favourites Ant and Dec have taken to Twitter to share a joke with fans after falling ill with Covid-19. Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly posted a joint message on their official Ant&Dec account with a picture of their positive tests.

The I'm A Celebrity ... Get Me Out Of Here!, Saturday Night Takeaway and Britain's Got Talent presenters confirmed that they had been forced to miss tomorrow's National Television Awards. And they made a joke about being stricken by illness at the same time.

"Sadly, it’s true… We even get ill together!" the duo joked. And they explained: "After feeling unwell a few days ago we both tested and we’re positive for Covid.

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They said about missing the NTAs at London's OVO Arena, Wembley: "We’re resting up at home and are so sorry we can’t be at #NTAs2022. Best of luck everyone and get well soon to anyone else in the same boatx"

Ant, 47, and Dec, 46, are once again up for the TV presenter award, which they have won for the last 20 years in a row at the annual awards bash, which was postponed last month following the death of Queen Elizabeth II. The Geordie pair are going head-to-head with Alison Hammond, Bradley Walsh, and Graham Norton for the coveted gong.

Ant and Dec's ill health comes just weeks after they returned from filming in South Africa. At the end of last month they finally confirmed there will be new special series of I'm A Celeb which launched in 2002 as well as the regular show which will be back in Australia soon. Next year, viewers will get to see an I'm A Celebrity 'All Stars' series.

The pair were flooded with get well soon message. @cbantdec said:

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