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Amanda Holden praised for 'age-defying' figure on holiday

Amanda Holden looked simply incredible in her holiday photos

Emmy Griffiths

Amanda Holden looked simply stunning in her latest Instagram photo. The 47-year-old shared a snap of herself dressed in a white swimsuit with 'Coca-Cola' emblazoned on the front in red while she applied sun lotion on her five-year-old daughter, Hollie Rose. She captioned the shot: "The only exercise I plan on doing today! #puttingonsunscreen #hrh #holidays #familytime." The star also shared a photo of herself topless with her back to the camera, writing: "Same place, different #bikini."  

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Amanda has shared snaps of her holiday on Instagram

Amanda's followers were quick to discuss the snap, with one writing: "How's your figure so amazing? Seriously spill the beans," while another added: "Gorgeous photo! Love your swimsuit." The star opened up about her health regime to Woman magazine back in 2016, saying: "As a mother of young kids it's crucial to be strong. Good diet and fitness helps me to maintain my energy. Sometimes lunch goes out the window, so I like to have something wholesome for breakfast. I start the day with a bowl of sugar-free Alpen. Lunch, if it happens, is a bowl of soup or sushi."

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Same place , different #bikini #familytime #relaxing #reading #iseeyou #mamatime #summer

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Speaking about working out, she added: "I also like to stay active. I can't stand gyms, but I like to run for an hour a week, as I feel great afterwards. It's also time to myself, which is worth its weight in gold." The Britain's Got Talent judge also recently defended Holly Willoughby's weight loss in her column for Fabulous magazine in July. She wrote: "Holly Willoughby has been relentlessly hounded by the thin-shaming body police. It's wrong to criticise someone for being overweight, so why is it OK to have a pop for being 'too skinny'? Holly is happy and healthy, and that's all that matters."


 

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