Ant and Dec to mark 30 years of working together with new book

British TV presenters Ant, left and Dec, or Anthony McPartlin and Declan Donnelly, share a joke as they arrive for the Royal Television Society Programme Awards, at Grosvenor House Hotel in central London, Tuesday, March 18, 2014. (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP Images)

Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly are celebrating a huge milestone this year and they are celebrating it by bringing out a book together.

The Geordie duo have spent 30 years working together on TV and are marking it through a look back at their years in showbiz.

They announced the news through Instagram with a video captioned: "A bit of news from our lockdowns to yours… this year we’ll have been working together for 30 years (blimey!) and we’re writing a book to mark the anniversary.

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"Stories from our time on the telly (and that brief period of time when we were basically 90s pop sensations!) Excited for you to have a flick through… less excited for you to see the photos we’re including, but we accidentally promised we’d put them in and there’s no backing out of that now!"

The new book, Once Upon a Tyne, is set to be launched on 3 September but is able to be pre-ordered now.

It isn't the first book they've bought out, as the pair released their official autobiography in 2009, Ooh! What a Lovely Pair. Our Story.

Their career paths first crossed in 1990 when Ant joined the cast go Byker Grove to play PJ, where Dec was already playing the character of Duncan.

Ant and Dec have been a successful partnership for 30 years. (Photo by Mick Hutson/Redferns)

They had a friendship on and off screen and eventually moved onto music which produced their best known hit, Let's Get Ready to Rhumble, before they successfully transitioned into presenting.

Saturday Night Takeaway is due to air its finale at the weekend in a changed format due to social distancing rules as a result of the coronavirus.

While it usually has a studio audience, the penultimate instalment was made up of highlights from previous years while Ant and Dec presented from their separate homes.

Although, their Men in Brown skit from the most recent episodes received a number of complaints to Ofcom.