No silverware for Yvonne Keating's man but she's nothing but 'proud' of Conroy
Published 29/04/2014 | 09:24
Yvonne Keating’s other half may not have been a winner at the weekend, but the model was nothing but ‘proud’ of her man.
The mum-of-three and her partner cinematographer John Conroy attended the annual BAFTA Television Craft Awards at the weekend, with Conroy nominated for Best Photography and Lighting in fictional works.
Yvonne was Twitter-happy for the evening as she kept fans updated at home with the night’s events.
“So proud of my man @JC_DOP. Fabulous @BAFTA ceremony. A room full of talented people making amazing television #craft [sic],” the 40-year-old captioned a photo of the happy couple.
Yvonne paired a cream gold brocade fifties-style dress with a neat black blazer and sky-high heels. She finished off her classy look with an unusually-shaped black bag.
Conroy teamed his all-black suit with a black waistcoat, tie and white shirt.
Keating and her partner cinematographer John Conroy attended the annual BAFTA Television Craft Awards at the weekend, with Conroy nominated for Best Photography and Lighting in fictional works. (Photo: Twitter/Yvonne Keating)
Yvonne shared this snap, writing; "Yes...I am this close to the @BAFTA stage @amandabyram1 x [sic]" (Photo: Twitter/ Yvonne Keating)
Yvonne tweeted the result for Conroy’s nominated award once it was announced, writing; “Having a great night at @BAFTA. Hard luck to @JC_DOP who lost out to George Steele (Peaky Blinders) [sic].”
John’s loss didn’t take away from Yvonne’s excitement at being at the big night, as she later tweeted a photo of Amanda Byram on the stage, captioning it, “Yes...I am this close to the @BAFTA stage @amandabyram1 x [sic].”
A gracious John also tweeted, “Well done George Steel for his outstanding work on @ThePeakyBlinder well deserved win.”
Peaky Blinders, which stars Irish actor Cillian Murphy, had been nominated for six prizes at the annual awards.
Yvonne recently posted this photo of her kids, family and friends making the most of Easter (Photo: Twitter/ Yvonne Keating)
And there was more success from the Irish. Irish writer Graham Linehan and designer Mark Geraghty were honoured for their behind-the-scenes achievements.
Linehan took top prize in the Best Comedy Writer category for the TV series 'The IT Crowd' while Mark Geraghty picked up his award in the Product Design category for his work on 'Ripper Street'.