Amanda Holden is truly spoiling us with her new fashion line. The Britain's Got Talent judge has teamed up with Fenn Wright Manson again, this time to launch a line of pretty summer outfits – including blouses and suits - but it's the dresses that are really making us swoon. And hang on to your hats royal fans, there are two standout pieces especially for you – dresses named after Kate Middleton and Meghan Markle that we’re sure the Duchesses would both approve of.
Kate dress, £199, Fenn Wright Manson
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Let’s start with the knee-length Kate dress, which Amanda models herself. It’s crafted from pale blue corded lace and features stretch lining and hand-crafted asymmetric ruching for a flattering fit, and split cape sleeve detail. “This is one of my favourite pieces: classic style, finished in a feminine lace that’s perfect for any occasion – a wedding, dinner or summer party,” says Amanda of the lacy number.
Meghan dress, £199, Fenn Wright Manson
Meanwhile, the Meghan dress is spot on – we’ve lost count of the number of times we've seen her in that vibrant blue shade and with that figure-hugging silhouette. "I love the cut of this dress – it’s a style of dress that my wardrobe has plenty of," says Amanda. "I've named it after Meghan as it’s something I’ve seen her in regularly; the colour and cut are influenced by her effortless style."
Amanda's Meghan-inspired gown perfectly captures the Duchess' style
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Amanda’s below-the-knee Meghan dress is made of viscose crepe with a hint of stretch, and features Bardot-look shoulders, a V-shaped front and back, a back split and exposed gunmetal zip finish. It would be perfect for a formal event. We reckon the Duchess would also love her Charlotte dress thanks to the halter neck design, which royal fans will remember was a key feature of her second wedding dress.
Charlotte dress, £ 229, Fenn Wright Manson
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