As part of television presenting duo Ant and Dec, he’s known of his cheeky on-screen persona.
The Saturday Night Takeaway host smiled as he headed out for a morning walk in the sunshine, clearly embracing the unexpectedly warm weather in black shorts.
Happy chappy: Declan Donnelly, 45, appeared in good spirits as he stepped out for a walk in London on Tuesday in a black hoodie and shorts
He had on a lightweight hoodie and wore a pair of dark sunglasses and a baseball cap as he listened to music on his earbuds.
The one-time Let’s Get Ready to Rhumble hitmaker completed his look with a pair of grey trainers and a pair of bright white socks as he went about his business.
And and his TV host pal Ant McPartlin, 45, hit the headlines last week when a clip of the pair emerged in which they depict the history of entertainment for a hilarious TikTok advert.
Stepping out: The presenter donned a lightweight hoodie and wore a pair of dark sunglasses and a baseball cap as he listened to music on his earbuds
In a brief clip from the lengthy advert, Saturday Night Takeaway presenter Ant transformed into Queen Elizabeth I, complete with an elaborate red wig and painted white face.
Ant donned a shaped purple bodice and matching split skirt made from a silky material with a pretty paisley pattern.
His costume had ruffles around the high neckline and he wore a long gold chain which sat on his hips and hung down to the front across the split of the skirt.
The star’s hair was decorated with pearls to match his pendulum earrings and he wore a large gold pendant on a chain around his neck.
Time traveller: It comes after Dec and his presenting partner Ant McPartlin, 45, looked very different on the set of a new TikTok advert as they depicted the history of entertainment
Surprise! In a brief clip from the lengthy advert, Saturday Night Takeaway presenter Ant transformed into Queen Elizabeth I
Looking good: At the start of the clip, Ant is seen cooling himself with a feather fan as the words ‘wait for it’ are emblazoned across the screen
At the start of the clip, Ant is seen cooling himself with a feather fan as the words ‘wait for it’ are emblazoned across the screen.
Seconds later his pal Dec pops out from underneath Ant’s skirt as Ant feigns astonishment.
Dec could be seen wearing red and orange doublet and matching trousers.
He had on a cape and hat, and he completed his look with white gloves and a pair of black tights, and matching shoes with a mustard bow.
Cheeky! Ant sported an elaborate hairstyle and painted white face typical of the Elizabethan era as Dec naughtily placed his hand on Dec’s bodice
Born to perform: A bearded Dec took Ant’s hand and began to twirl him as the pair danced to Shakira hit Hips Don’t Lie played on the flute and lute in the typical style of the time
Wild: Dec also took on a wild appearance as he dressed as a caveman for the clip, with an unkempt beard and hair
Rumble in the jungle: The Let’s Get Ready to Rumble hitmakers are seen dressed as cavemen in the clip
A bearded Dec took Ant’s hand and began to twirl him as the pair danced to Shakira hit Hips Don’t Lie played on the flute and lute in the typical style of the time.
The clip was filmed as part of a campaign to promote entertainment content on social media platform TikTok.
In an advertisement released last month, Ant and Dec can be seen dressed in their Elizabethan costumes as part of the clip which takes viewers on a journey through the history of entertainment in one minute.
Mirror image: Ant could be seen dressed in an ancient Roman costume as he stood in front of his television presenting partner Dec
The pair are seen dressed as cavemen before they move forward to Ancient Rome and then the Elizabethan era.
They are then brought forward into the 21st century, appearing on a television set.
The campaign, created by Mother London, is the second time Ant and Dec have worked with TikTok after the platform bosses partnered with them on Saturday Night Takeaway.
Entertainers: Ant and Dec usually dress in dapper suits when they appear on primetime television, hosting shows such as Ant & Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway