COVID-19: Amanda Holden ‘reported to police’ after traveling 215 miles to visit parents | UK News

Amanda Holden broke lockdown rules by traveling more than 200 miles to see her parents in Cornwall.

Britain’s Got Talent judge said she made the trip after “a worried phone call from her older father on Friday afternoon”.

In a statement, her agent said: “Amanda is aware that every family is going through a difficult time in these turbulent times.

“Amanda generally felt that the round trip to Cornwall was necessary to keep the affair at her family home. “

The agent said Holden was “spoiled” that she had to break the travel rules this time, but stressed the star “did not apply whim and has complied with COVID’s rules.” every step of the way in the three locks “.

Her parents were vaccinated and coronavirus is tested once a week, so she “felt she was not putting her parents at risk”.

The Sun reports that the 49-year-old, who is now back in London ahead of his 50th birthday, was reported to police over Tuesday.

Britain’s Got Talent in 2021, with ITV cancels the show to “protect the health and well – being of all persons involved in the program”.