ITV viewers ‘in tears’ as ‘inspirational’ for Prince’s Trust Awards first aired
TV favorites Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly hosted the Prince’s Trust Awards, attended by Prince Charles, when they first aired.
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ITV viewers were left emotional on Thursday night as the Prince’s Faith Awards broadcast for the first time in its 18-year history celebrating inspiring young people across the country.
While the actual awards ceremony took place on Tuesday, May 24 at the Royal Drury Lane Theater in London, they were broadcast on ITV two days later.
This is the 10th year running that favorite TV shows Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly host the awards, which were attended by The Prince’s Trust founder and chairman, Prince Charles.
The star-studded event brings together big names from the worlds of film, television, music and sports, as well as Prince Charles on stage for the duration of the event.
ITV viewers took to Twitter to celebrate the winners, with one fan writing: “Watching the Prince’s Trust Awards and took out tissues. It is inspiring to see how the Trust revolves around the lives of young people. ”
Another wrote: “Omg has anyone else sobbed their hearts out at the Prince’s Trust Awards? It’s great to see such inspirational positive stories.”
“The Prince’s Trust Awards are so inspiring and definitely need to be on TV every year now!!!” another is chipped.
A fellow ITV viewer wrote: “Watch and enjoy the Prince’s Trust Awards, it’s great to see the amazing and amazing things young people have achieved,” along with an emoji prefer.
One viewer wrote: “It is humbling to watch the Prince’s Trust Awards for inspirational young people and their mentors. With the right determination, attitude and right support, they will fly. ”
Another echoed their thoughts, writing: “I love watching the Prince’s Trust Awards on TV – I know they help young people but don’t know about all the amazing ways they’ve done it like so. And all of these winners are very inspirational young people. “
“Fantastic stories tonight from Prince’s Trust, young people are changing their lives but showcasing what can make a difference. Very inspirational indeed. Much to do…” another wrote.
The winners held at the Prince’s Trust are young people who have achieved amazing things despite setbacks and adversities.
The awards ceremony celebrates the success of those who have been helped by The Prince’s Trust – 11 to 30 year olds who have been assisted in restoring their lives to give them the skills they need to live, learn, and live. Ask and earn.
Those helped by the charity, founded in 1976, may be unemployed, struggling at school or in danger of being excluded and helped by the Trust.
The incredible nominations for this year’s awards include a woman who achieved her dream of becoming an ambulance worker despite years of physical and emotional abuse, and a boy who didn’t let her. a life-long surgery for a critical medical condition.
Ahead of the Geordie duo’s hosting duties, Ant said: “It’s been an absolute honor to be part of The Prince’s Trust Awards again this year for the 10th time.
“It is inspirational to hear these young people who, through pure determination and against all difficulties, have fought and achieved so much success.”
Dec added: “We are honored to be a part of the wonderful work of The Prince’s Trust.
“The young people honored at The Prince’s Trust Awards have demonstrated real strength, commitment and dedication and are proof that the support The Trust provides is truly life-changing. ”
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