Amanda Holden has kicked off the festive season with some well-earned family time, enjoying a romantic weekend away with her husband Chris Hughes. Taking to Instagram, the mum-of-two shared a snap of herself and her man cuddling up in front of a Christmas tree, looking as loved-up as ever and giving fans a peak at the fabulous decorations.
Looking ultra-relaxed, the Britain's Got Talent judge swapped her signature glam look for a roll-neck jumper and natural make-up as she cosied up to Chris, her husband of ten years. The pair will celebrate their eleventh anniversary on 10 December. Captioning the post, she wrote: "#Christmas cuddles in the #Cotswolds."
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Amanda rarely shares snaps of husband Chris with her 1.3m Instagram followers – so fans were delighted to get a glimpse of the special weekend. "Nice to see a photo of you and Chris! Natural beauty is the best!" one wrote. Another added: "Couple goals. Hope you're having the best time." Another fan remarked: "Lovely photo of you both."
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Amanda recently received mixed reactions when she revealed to fans she had put up her Christmas tree before the first of December. The Heart Radio host shared a snapshot of her tree on social media, beautifully decked out in red and gold decorations. "We went early #Christmas," the 48-year-old captioned the image. Amanda's friend Keith Lemon was among those commenting on the controversial snap, writing: "We went super early, last weekend! Love it!"
Amanda and Chris are celebrating 11 years of marriage this month
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But while many were quick to praise her perfectly-placed decorations, some were shocked that the festive beauty had put her tree up in November. "That is a BOLD move. But utterly beautiful. I can't. Not yet. Not TIL December," one wrote. "Too early!" a second remarked, while a third added: "Humbug!! Any Christmas trees or decorations up before the 6th of December should be burned." But a fourth noted: "I did mine yesterday afternoon, it was wet and miserable outside and I wanted sparkle in my life x."
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