Rose Ayling-Ellis cuts a casual figure in a tie dye jumper and mom jeans as she enjoys a low-key outing after winning BAFTA award for Strictly dance
Rose Ayling-Ellis cut a casual figure as she stepped out in London on Tuesday with a friend following her BAFTA win on Sunday night.
The actress wore a stylish tie dye sweater and denim mom jeans as she strolled in the sunshine.
The 27-year-old deaf star opted for a pair of white trainers and went makeup-free, showing off her natural beauty.
Out and about: Rose Ayling-Ellis cut a casual figure as she stepped out in London on Tuesday with a friend following her BAFTA win on Sunday night
She wore her hair sleek and straight as she was seen giggling with her friend as they walked through the English capital.
Rose appeared in high spirits as she continues to soak up the success following on from her big win on Sunday night.
She and her Strictly Come Dancing partner Giovanni Pernice won Virgin Media’s Must-See Moment for their silent dance on Strictly at Sunday’s BAFTA Television Awards.
Fresh-faced: The 27-year-old opted for a pair of white trainers and went make-up free, showing off her natural beauty
Happy days: She wore her hair sleek and straight as she was seen giggling with her friend as they walked through the English capital
The event, which took place at London’s Royal Festival Hall saw Rochelle Humes using British Sign Language (BSL) as she presented the award.
EastEnders star Rose, who has been deaf since birth, explained her hopes that the dance can show ‘how powerful TV can be’ as she took to the stage to accept the award, sharing the difference that it has already made to the deaf community.
Presenting the award was Clara Amfo and Rochelle, as the latter used BSL to announce that it was Rose and Giovanni who had won.
Congrats! Strictly’s Rose and Giovanni Pernice accepted the Must-See Moment award at Sunday’s Bafta Television awards
Silence: The pair won the award for their dance to Clean Bandit’s Symphony, during which they cut out the music and danced in silence for a portion of the performance
The Strictly winners then took to the stage to accept the award with a BSL interpreter beside them, as Rose explained: ‘It’s a very special moment for us because hopefully it showed how powerful TV can be, where it has actually introduced changes.
‘It has even helped the BSL law be passed recently. It made people stand up more for sign language, and just a better deaf awareness and positiveness towards people.
‘We have still got a long way to go but it is such a great start. We are so, so, so proud of it’, she continued.
Announcement: Rochelle Humes and Clara Amfo presented the award, during which Rochelle used British Sign Language to announce the winner
Giovanni, who won the Glitterball trophy alongside Rose in 2021, added: ‘When we first thought of the idea to put silence into the dance, we knew it was going to give an impact, but this went bigger than what we thought.’
The pair won the BAFTA award for their dance to Clean Bandit’s Symphony while appearing on the show, during which they cut out the music and danced in silence for a portion of the performance.
Rose dedicated the dance to the deaf community – with the silence giving viewers an insight into what it was like to be Rose and not hear the music.
Proud: The pair took to the red carpet after the win to pose with their newly attained BAFTA trophy – as Giovanni wrapped an arm around his date for the evening