Stars out for big night at the Baftas

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Three Girls was the victor in the miniseries category, and Molly Windsor took home the performance win for leading actress for Three Girls. The Handmaid's Tale, financed and first released through USA streaming service Hulu, won Best International Drama.

Foy's co-star Vanessa Kirby triumphed in the supporting actress category for her portrayal of Princess Margaret, giving streaming service Netflix its first TV Bafta. The Our Girl star was all smiles as she posed on the red carpet.

Molly lives in Derbyshire and attended Nottingham Central Junior Television Workshop before switching to Rama Young Actors.

The British actress, who played Holly Winshaw, a 14-year-old victim in Three Girls, dedicated her award to the bravery of the abused girls and their struggle for justice. Normally, if you do a hard scene, you have a cup of tea and a bit of chocolate and you come out of it.

'She is incredibly strong. "Soon maybe they will be here as well because I think they deserve to be", he said during his acceptance speech. 'Much controversy followed of course, ' she said. 'I just felt like the luckiest person in the world to get to play a character who was so colourful, vivid, courageous and strong, ' she said.

Peaky Blinders was victor of the drama series category, while Murder In Successville won the Bafta for comedy entertainment programme. The four acting categories on the drama side are highly competitive as they include performances in series, limited series and telefilms. Casualty took the award for soap or continuing drama.

Love Island beat rivals The Real Full Monty and Celebrity Hunted for the Best Reality and Constructed Factual prize with Caroline Flack accepting the award. Black Mirror's three entrants failed to win - losing out to the fantastic Murdered For Being Different and Little Boy Blue, while Joe Cole lost out to Sean Bean in the Best Leading Actor category.

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