NTAs 2021: Lizzie Cundy has a humble arrival as she stops for petrol in her ...

NTAs 2021: Lizzie Cundy has a humble arrival as she stops for petrol in her ...
NTAs 2021: Lizzie Cundy has a humble arrival as she stops for petrol in her ...

She brings the glam to any occasion. 

And Lizzie Cundy stunned passers-by on Thursday as she went to the petrol station in an elaborate white floor-length gown on her way to the National Television Awards

The former WAG, 53, is no stranger to a down to earth journey and previously travelled to the 2019 award show on the tube in full black tie attire. 

Filling up: Lizzie Cundy stunned passers-by on Thursday as she went to the petrol station in an elborate white floor-length gown on her way to the National Television Awards

Filling up: Lizzie Cundy stunned passers-by on Thursday as she went to the petrol station in an elborate white floor-length gown on her way to the National Television Awards

Lizzie put on a leggy display as she hiked her floral covered skirt up to her thighs to top up her car with fuel. 

The presenter was unphased by her ball gown getting near the greasy petrol and teetered about in her white fluffy stilettos as she negotiated with the pump. 

Leaving her home earlier that day, Lizzie looked stunning in the Bardot cut ball gown which featured a sheer lace bodice and long sleeves.   

'No I’m not getting married again ..I’m off to the NTAS !' she joked with her fans on Instagram.  

Old habits die hard: The former WAG is no stranger to a down to earth journey and previously travelled to the 2019 award show on the tube in full black tie attire

Old habits die hard: The former WAG is no stranger to a down to earth journey and previously travelled to the 2019 award show on the tube in full black tie attire

 As well as the petrol station, Lizzie was forced to face the elements as she looked up at the sky to check for rain as she hesitated to step out. 

The star then opted to grab an umberella as she endeavored to keep her curled chestnut tresses protected from the wind and rain.   

Despite the gloomy weather, Lizzie looked upbeat as she smized at cameras before walking to her car to hit the road. 

Lizzie showcased her endless pins as she clambered into her car and drove to the petrol station in her towering heels before continuing on to the o2 Arena.  

Out of the way: Lizzie put on a leggy display as she hiked her floral covered skirt up to her thighs to top up her car with fuel

Out of the way: Lizzie put on a leggy display as she hiked her floral covered skirt up to her thighs to top up her car with fuel 

Busy: The presenter was unphased by her ball gown getting near the greasy petrol

Stepping out: She teetered about in her white fluffy stilettos as she negotiated with the pump

Busy: The presenter was unphased by her ball gown getting near the greasy petrol and teetered about in her white fluffy stilettos as she negotiated with the pump 

Stunning: Leaving her home earlier that day, Lizzie looked stunning in the Bardot cut ball gown which featured a sheer lace bodice and long sleeves

Stunning: Leaving her home earlier that day, Lizzie looked stunning in the Bardot cut ball gown which featured a sheer lace bodice and long sleeves 

The 2021 National Television Awards are taking place in London's O2 Arena, and will be hosted by comedian Joel Dommett for the first time.

This year, more streamed shows have been nominated than ever before, with Netflix period romp Bridgerton and making the Best New Drama list while After Life and Sex Education scored slots on the Comedy list.

It's a Sin, Des and Normal People joined Bridgerton on the New Drama short-list while Line of Duty, The Crown, Call the Midwife and Unforgotten made up the Returning Drama category.

The Drama Performance category sees Line of Duty stars Adrian Dunbar, Martin Compston and Vicky McClure in contention for the prize, alongside Olly Alexander for It's a Sin and David Tennant for Des.

Gloomy: The presenter was also forced to face the elements as she looked up at the sky to check for rain as she hesitated to step out

Gloomy: The presenter was also forced to face the elements as she looked up at the sky to check for rain as she hesitated to step out

Gloomy: The presenter was also forced to face the elements as she looked up at the sky to check for rain as she hesitated to step out 

Practical: The star then opted to grab an umberella as she endeavored to keep her curled chestnut tresses protected from the wind and rain

Practical: The star then opted to grab an umberella as she endeavored to keep her curled chestnut tresses protected from the wind and rain 

The NTAs have also announced a brand new category, Authored Documentary, which sees Kate Garraway's moving feature, Kate Garraway: Finding Derek nominated for its warts-and-all account of her husband Derek Draper's coronavirus battle.

Finding Derek has been short-listed alongside Marcus Rashford: Feeding Britain's Children, Katie Price: Harvey and Me, Rob Burrow: My Year with MND and Roman Kemp: Our Silent Emergency.

Elsewhere, The Masked Singer has been nominated for its first NTA, with the madcap singing competition facing a battle with I'm A Celebrity... Get me Out of Here!, RuPaul's Drag Race and Strictly Come Dancing for the Talent Show award.

Soaps Emmerdale, Coronation Street, EastEnders and Hollyoaks are up for Best Serial Drama.

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