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Amanda Holden shares eerie video from inside her private home

The Britain's Got Talent judge filmed in her garden

Bridie Wilkins

Amanda Holden has shared an eerie video filmed inside the garden at her home in Surrey. The Britain's Got Talent judge took to Instagram with the clip, showing a fox in the nighttime as it slept on a sunbed, before spotting Amanda and running off into the woods. Amanda wrote, "Fantastic Mr Fox snoozing on my sun lounger."

SEE: Amanda Holden's £860,000 Cotswolds cottage revealed: see inside

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WATCH: Amanda Holden films eerie moment inside private garden

The 49-year-old lives at the property with her husband Chris Hughes and their two daughters Lexi and Hollie, while they also own a cottage in the Cotswolds worth £860,000. The family have been staying at their home in Surrey since the coronavirus pandemic began, and as well as Amanda's latest video, she has unveiled several other areas of the garden over the past few months.

MORE: Amanda Holden films inside incredible living room at private home

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Amanda took to mowing her lawn in her wedding dress during lockdown

In April, she entertained herself during lockdown by mowing the lawn wearing her wedding dress. It showed a lawn with a border area featuring various plants and flowers, and a brick wall topped with a trellis.

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Amanda has a patio area in her garden

Shortly after, she posted another image of herself in the space, revealing that it also has a patio area, complete with an outdoor dining table and chairs, and a large black fire pit as seen in the background.

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Amanda Holden's living room

Inside, the interiors are a clear reflection of Amanda's bold personality, with quirky pineapple-print wallpaper, brightly-coloured furniture including an azure velvet sofa in the living room, and even an impressive home bar fitted with architectural glass lampshades, and a black island unit lined with velvet stools.

Their cottage in the Cotswolds, meanwhile, follows a more traditional aesthetic with exposed brick walls, wooden awning on the ceilings, and cosy fireplaces. Amanda and Chris bought the property in 2012, complete with half an acre of private land, and Amanda set herself the task of renovating the entire home to make it their own. Since, the family often spends Christmas at the house. 

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