Amanda Holden puts on stylish display in blue mini skirt as she heads home from Heart FM
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Amanda Holden has showed off her incredible fashion sense as she headed home from Heart FM studios on Tuesday, 24 November.
The 49 year old, who recently sizzled in a red leather dress and thigh-high boots, was photographed walking down Leicester Square in all-black ensemble with the exception of her skirt.
The stunning star looked incredible as she wore a black long-sleeved top with thick black tights and a matching coat on top alongside a gorgeous silky blue mini skirt that had a black floral pattern on it, which ended well above her knees.
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The TV personality teamed the look with a pair of black boots, a matching leather cross body bag as well as a pair of her stable shades.
The blonde beauty, who recently rocked a faux leather Zara dress, styled her shoulder-length mane down to cascade over her shoulders.
With her eyes hidden behind her dark sunglasses, it appeared Amanda wore little to no make up, simply donning a light layer of foundation and bronzer for the outing.
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It comes as the mum-of-two recently took the cameras in with her for her mammogram check-up as part of her Heart FM breakfast show.
In the video, she explains: "This morning I am at the hospital and I am going for my annual mammogram check-up. I always feel really nervous before I go in, I think it's a really human thing to feel.
"I am going to take you through the whole thing and I'm going to talk about it all the way through and hopefully inspire you to go through the same thing," she continued.
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The Britain's Got Talent judge then showed off the machine to the camera and attempted to reassure viewers about the procedure.
"I think the thing to say here is to try not be intimidated, this is a big machine, it's a little bit buzzy, and you know, stripping off and having to do something in front of a complete stranger can be a bit nerve-wracking, but in the end it's for your own safety and your own good, so just do it.
"Do it for your family and do it for yourself," she urged the Heart FM listeners.
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