The star looked ready for the summer as she left work on Thursday morning
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Amanda Holden proved she certainly doesn't have a face for radio as she was snapped looking glamorous leaving the Heart Breakfast radio studios in London on Thursday morning.
The presenter, who has co-hosted the hit morning show with Jamie Theakston since 2019, looked ready for the summer as she finished her early shift on the airwaves.
Wearing a cream and red floral trouser and sleeveless top, the mum-of-two cut a chic figure as she teamed her fashionable one-piece with a matching red bag and high-heeled sandals.
The 50-year-old finished of the ensemble with aviator style sunglasses as temperatures soared in the south of England.
The radio presenter looked chic and ready for summer as she left work
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The Britain's Got Talent judge made sure her accessories complimented her chic ensemble
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Wearing her blonde hair loose, Amanda looked relaxed and happy as she made her way home following a morning at work.
The Britain's Got Talent judge took to Instagram to reveal where she had purchased her chic work wardrobe choice from and was met with a flood of compliments from fans and admirers.
Commenting on the radio presenter's latest post, The Pussycat Dolls singer Ashley Roberts called the star a "Beaut!!", while athlete Kerllen Rego wrote: "Love your outfit, I would love to do a work with you. happy Wednesday".
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Amanda recently gained praise on social media as she took to her Instagram account earlier this week as she called on "the Prime Minister to halt this damaging mass isolation policy" impacting schools.
Sharing a sweet snap of herself and her two daughters, the presenter wrote: "If you feel strongly about #covid isolation in schools, send a letter to your MP (template letter available on Twitter & Facebook – UsforThemEngland) and the Children’s Commissioner."
The star went on to list multiple points to include in the letter as she passionately made her feelings on the current rules clear.
"This unfair, damaging policy needs to be urgently reviewed particularly in the context of the fact that more than 80% of adults now have COVID antibodies," she continued.
The mum-of-two made a passionate plea on social media recently
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"How much longer are we going to destroy children’s educational prospects? Where is the roadmap for stabilising children’s learning? There is none because it is not a priority."
The TV presenter was hit with a mainly positive response from friends and celebrity pals.
Alexandra Burke and Helen Flanagan were just two famous faces who backed her words with supportive emojis left in the comments of her passionate post.
However, not quite everyone was in agreement.
One fan pointed out Amanda's previous rule breaking, writing: "What about the hypocrisy when you went to visit your parents during a lockdown?"
Another added: "It’s all good till one of your kids comes home and brings it with them and you’ll then be doing another post to say you agree with the isolation as it saves lives. Everyone to their own but I shan’t be writing a letter."