Amanda Holden says she’s not conspiracy theorist after travel restriction rant (Image: @noholdenback, Rex)

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Amanda Holden has insisted that she is not a conspiracy theorist after she called for the government to lift Covid restrictions following the delay of 'Freedom Day'.

The 50-year-old Britain's Got Talent star, who recently made a series of digs at Boris Johnson, made sure to point out to fans that she had received both of her vaccines and certainly wasn't into conspiracies.

Her latest remarks came one day after Amanda likened the UK to the Handmaid's Tale as she vented her frustration at extended lockdown rules amid the pandemic.

In one of her latest Instagram posts, Amanda shared a post for a 'United for Freedom' march and suggested that the event woulnd't get much coverage.

Amanda Holden reminded fans that she was double vaccinated
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The mum of two recently fumed about Freedom Day being pushed back
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The anti-lockdown group, that is packed with Covid-19 skeptics, has already staged several marches in the past as they called for the government to lift guidelines.

She wrote: "Even if I wore a bikini to this it wouldn't get reported! Odd that? ! And just to be clear – I'm Double vaccinated and not a conspiracy theorist.."

On Wednesday, Amanda turned political commentator as she slammed Boris Johnson after it was announced that the UK would extend its Covid-19 rules for a further four weeks.

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She first posted a meme showing one of the character's from Margaret Attwood's novel along with the caption, 'Welcome to Gilead under Boris' eye' following the press conference.

Amanda then shared a snap of her pals Ant McPartlin and Declan Donnelly filming a Saturday Night Takeaway undercover segment alongside an image of Boris Johnson.

"Tell them it will only be another four weeks," read the mocked up caption as Amanda appeared to pass judgement on the public being 'fooled' by politicians.

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She also shared a clip of Theresa May in which the former PM said that Covid would always be around. Amanda wrote: "Listen to this. Makes so much sense. I’m wondering why no one is hearing @theresamay."

Amanda's frustrations about the four-week extension to 'Freedom Day' came not long after the mum of two returned from a sunny trip to Portugal alongside her family.

The 50-year-old TV star was on holiday with her husband Chris Hughes and their kids – Hollie, nine, and Alexa, 15 when the UK government announced that Portugal would be moving to the Amber List of holiday destinations.

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Amanda then made a quick dash home from her beach holiday shortly before Portgual was added to the list and headed straight to work at Heart radio.

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