Britain’s Got Talent presenter Amanda Holden wowed in a pink Reiss bodycon dress as she returns to Heart Radio with Ashley Roberts. Get the look
Amanda Holden has arrived back at Heart Radio with a bang following her summer holidays and fashion fans are thrilled to see that her bodycon dresses are as cheerful as ever.
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The Britain’s Got Talent presenter lit up London on Monday as she headed to Global Radio Studios wearing a clingy, knitted magenta button-up dress and patent black stilettos. The 51-year-old’s Reiss dress – a brand loved by Duchess Kate – featured a daring side split at the leg which showed off Amanda’s holiday tan.
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Amanda accessorised the look with huge statement shades and a patent leather work back which meant business. She was totally channelling Legally Blonde character Elle Woods!
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Once at work, Amanda shared a series of Instagram stories with her 1.8 million fanbase. It looked as though Amanda’s colleagues and Jamie Theakston and former Pussycat Dolls singer Ashley Roberts were thrilled to be back at work.
Amanda channels Legally Blonde in Reiss
If you love Amanda’s midi pencil dress then you can still buy it from Reiss in magenta and they also stock a neutral shade if you are feeling less daring.
Amanda was back with the Heart Radio gang
Amanda’s current sunkissed look is down to her family holiday adventures around the Mediterranean this summer.
Mason Bodycon Dress, £178, Reiss
In Greece, the mum-of-two excitedly shared in her Instagram story that the family had been enjoying plenty of boat rides during their Greek summer holiday. She wrote: “Whilst out here we used @filiposboats nearly every day… such a lovely family and treated us as part of it.. highly recommend.”
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Most recently, Amanda has been in Sicily filming for a new BBC TV show titled The Italian Job alongside comedy legend Alan Carr.
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