Amanda Holden, 49, flaps her stunning legs in a sizzling PVC pencil skirt while she takes a break from Heart FM’s show to lift a storm
She is known for her stunning image and stunning style.
And Amanda Holden was definitely showing off her best pieces on Thursday when she put on a sizzling show during her working day at Heart FM in London.
The 49-year-old TV and radio star showed off her stunning legs in a sizzling trap while standing in a leather pencil skirt with a risqué slashed leg.
Wow! Amanda Holden was definitely showing off her best pieces on Thursday as she put on a sizzling show during her working day at Heart FM in London
Amanda put on a drop-jaw show in the sexy skirt she wore with a black top with a high neckline, which made sure her legs would make all the conversation.
Making sure she was getting to perfection, her hair was coiffed into a sleek blonde blowdry while she pulled the best pout for the camera.
Earlier this month, Amanda sent a loving message to call her husband Chris on their 12th wedding anniversary.
Along with a throwback image of the beloved couple, Amanda wrote: ‘Almost 18 years together and they married 12 today.
Cute: Earlier this month Holden sent a loving message to her husband Chris Hughes to mark their 12th wedding anniversary.
‘I literally couldn’t have lived my life without this funny, elegant, clever man. He is the best Daddy and our foundation! My Chrispy .. I love you x. ‘
They married at a romantic event at Babington House, Somerset in 2008, and they share the daughters of Alexa, 14, and Hollie, eight.
The actress has been busier than ever since filming a run for Britain’s Got Talent in October, including her music course and her work at Heart FM.
Style: She is famous for her stunning figure and stunning style
She recently celebrated the huge success of her album, Songs From My Heart, which was released in October, as well as her new Christmas-inspired track that hit the airwaves in November.
In an effort to promote her song Home For Christmas, she spoke of her 2020 blessings to The Sun: ‘It’s been a difficult year for all of us but one of the positive things that has come since 2020 is the we were given extra time to communicate with friends, neighbors, and our families.
Home means love. This Christmas we will all make that extraordinary effort to connect in any way we can with each other. ‘