Amanda Holden headed back to the Global studios for Monday's Heart Radio breakfast show, looking totally gorgeous in a neutral waist-cinching midi dress from Gestuz. The elegant outfit actually dates back to March when she first wore it - and after she posted a beautiful photo on Instagram, her stylist Karl Willett quickly commented: "Our favourite dress!" All of Amanda's fans seem to agree - as well as her celeb pals - with Ruth Langsford quickly adding: "Gorgeous!" alongside the flame emoji.
Amanda looked gorgeous in her favourite Gestuz dress
Though it's a recycled piece, Amanda's beautiful safari-style dress is still available to buy online at Very, reduced from £200 to £180. It's a considered buy, but the elegant belted silhouette is totally classic, while the statement pocket adds a utility look that never goes out of style. We could even see modern Queen Rania wearing this look!
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"Gorgeous dress Amanda - you look so beautiful and elegant," one fan wrote, while another added: "I am loving that dress… you look fantastic as always." A further noticed the star's chic Bionda Castana heels, writing: "Those shoes!"
Gestuz Pocket Belt Dress, £180, Very
Amanda's latest outfit post comes after she spent another sunny weekend at home with her family. She even shared her surprising workout gear on Saturday while out on a bike ride with her family - in a Coca-Cola bodysuit and matching red shorts, perhaps mimicking the classic advert.
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"As a family we've not let this lockdown stop us from exercising, it’s actually become an essential hour of our daily lives. Whether it’s a home workout, a bike ride, a run or even a walk around the park - working up a sweat is good for your mind, body and soul!" she captioned the post.
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