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Amanda Holden's fans are in love with her beautiful blue Whistles dress - and it's selling out fast

Amanda showed off her latest Heart Radio outfit

Fiona Ward

Amanda Holden wore another gorgeous outfit to present the Heart Radio breakfast show on Thursday, and fans have fallen completely in love with it! The star's ultra-flattering midi dress is a beautiful pick from Whistles at Very, and unsurprisingly it's selling out quickly. After she shared a snap of the dress on Instagram, Amanda's fans were quick to react, with one writing: "Again such a beautiful dress which fits you perfectly!" and another adding: "Another amazing dress!!"

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Amanda looked beautiful in blue!

Though the pretty frock is by Whistles, it only appears to be available at online retailer Very - and has already sold out in a number of sizes. It costs £150, and we can see why Amanda loves it - with a floaty skirt, pretty tie-sleeves and that pale blue print, it sure is a beauty. 

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Amanda and her Heart Radio co-hosts Jamie Theakston and Ashley Roberts had another fun show for their listeners on Thursday, even speaking to national hero Captain Tom Moore on his 100th birthday - with Amanda serenading him Happy Birthday in the style of Marilyn Monroe!  

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Sharing the video to her Instagram page, Amanda wrote: "Singing to Captain (Colonel) Tom. Happy 100th to my hero." It looks like the clip was recorded on Wednesday, since Amanda was sporting her pretty heart-print frock - another number that fans rushed to buy after she wore it. 

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The pink love-heart dress is from Forever Unique, and costs £120 - though it sold out not long after Amanda stepped out wearing it! So hurry and snap up her latest look if it's on your wishlist…

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