Looking fresh on Monday morning, Amanda Holden dazzled in a brand new outfit and as usual, we're totally obsessed. The stunning TV star wore a gorgeous polka dot jumpsuit by one of her favourite high street brands L.K.Bennett - part of the company's new Ascot edit.
Known as the 'Lena' jumpsuit, it's made in an antique cream shade that has a pretty black polka-dot print, complete with short sleeves, mini puff shoulders and cuff detail, crystal buttons, a pleated bodice, nipped-in waist and wide-leg cropped trousers. Phew! But did you notice that the £395 number has a royal edge, too?
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The fancy design also boasts a black pointed statement collar which looks very like the collar that featured on the Duchess of Cambridge's favourite Alessandra Rich dress she famously wore in 2018.
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Kate rocked the navy design - which had a price tag of £1750 - for the official family portraits to celebrate Prince Charles' 70th birthday in 2018.
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It fast became a celebrity favourite - it was actually worn by one of the Duke and Duchess of Sussex's wedding guests, Suits actress Abigail Spencer, for their royal nuptials.
Amanda Holden looked incredible in her L.K.Bennett jumpsuit
Many high street stores took inspiration from the statement number - customers loved the neckline which has been replicated many times since then.
'Lena' cream and black polka dot jumpsuit, £395, L.K.Bennett
Mother-of-two Amanda has worn a fair few outfits with pure Duchess vibes recently, don't you think?
Kate wore the Alessandra Rich dress with a statement collar in 2018
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Last week, we noticed the blonde beauty sporting another L.K.Bennett number - this time a tweed mini dress that looked very like Kate's famous Gucci dress she sported in 2017. Prince William's wife arrived at London's Victoria & Albert museum to open an exhibition at the time and fans were taken aback with her tweed Gucci dress which was cut that little bit shorter than her regular dresses. Amanda's dress looked very similar, and we loved it.
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