Amanda Holden is ready for summer in colourful outfit which shows off tanned legs

Amanda Holden has wowed us for the second time this week as she left the Global's Heart FM studio in London on Friday.

The 51 year old TV personality looked bold in a multicoloured floral print minidress, which had baggy princess sleeves and a scarf collar.

On her face she wore dark vintage-looking sunglasses and her hair was let down in long curls.

Completing her outfit was a dark orange Chanel handbag which she wore over her shoulder and a pair of glossy orange heels.

On Wednesday the Britain's Got Talent judge was again spotted looking super stylish – this time she was channelling her inner Kim Kardashian.

Dressed head to toe in pink, she was seen looking chic in a simple leather look pink skirt that showed off her toned body with a split that exposed her leg to just above the knee.

She paired this with a bright pink leopard print top with leopard faces splashed across her torso and arms.

Her eye catching bright outfit was matched with a pair of simple black heeled shoes, a matching black bag and big sunglasses.

The stunning presenter finished the look off with gold jewellery to match the accents on her bag, long baby pink nails and a simple but elegant makeup look.

Amanda Holden presents Heart Breakfast every weekday with co-host Jamie Theakston, and despite the early rise, she always looks incredible.

But when she's not entertaining Britain's commuters in the early hours or judging the nation's best talent, the presenter lives a quiet life with her husband, Chris Hughes, and their two daughters, Alexa, 16 and Hollie, 10.

They spend most of their time in a beautiful multi-million pound home in Surrey which can often be seen on her Instagram page.

The family also own a quaint Cotswold cottage where they sometimes get away to when not jet-setting across the globe.

Amanda was moved to tears on Saturday's episode of Britain's Got Talent when a choir made up of frontline workers sang an emotional and poignant song about life during the coronavirus pandemic.

The Frontline Singers, a choir formed of paramedics, police officers and nurses received a standing ovation from the audience and judges for their moving performance.

After the performance, a visibly moved Amanda said: ”It was just wonderful we could be a part of it all and you get this moment because it was tremendous.”

Britain's Got Talent will be back on ITV at 8pm on Saturday.

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