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Amanda Holden dons a mustard blouse and skintight leather trousers as she heads to Heart Radio


Amanda Holden looks mellow in yellow as she dons a mustard blouse and skintight leather trousers to head to Heart Radio










Amanda Holden looked mellow in yellow as she headed to Heart Radio, London in a mustard blouse on Friday.

The radio presenter, 50, paired her tie-front top with a pair of skintight leather trousers and a matching leather trench coat, both in khaki.

The star looked typically stylish in her outfit, stepping out in a pair of grey suede court heels.

A vision: Amanda Holden, 50, looked mellow in yellow as she headed to Heart Radio in a mustard blouse on Friday

Despite the rainy weather, the Britain’s Got Talent judge looked radiant as she headed off to work, carrying her essentials in a khaki crocodile print handbag.

She further accessorized with a sparkly gold bangle, while she added a pair of huge dark sunglasses to her look.

The blonde beauty beamed as she was pictured heading to work, smiling as she arrived.

Fashionista: The radio presenter paired her tie-front top with a pair of skintight leather trousers and a matching leather trench coat, both in khaki

Fashionista: The radio presenter paired her tie-front top with a pair of skintight leather trousers and a matching leather trench coat, both in khaki

Beating the weather: Despite the rainy weather, the Britain's Got Talent judge looked radiant as she headed off to work, carrying her essentials in a khaki crocodile print handbag

Stylish: The star looked typically stylish in her outfit, stepping out in a pair of grey suede court heels

Beating the weather: Despite the rainy weather, the Britain’s Got Talent judge looked radiant as she headed off to work, carrying her essentials in a khaki crocodile print handbag

Her outing comes as Amanda Holden recently told The Daily Mail she refuses to apologise for living her life.

She told the newspaper: ‘I’m not apologising for living any more. I want my life back. I keep hearing people going: “I’m sorry, I’m so lucky to go on holiday.” I’m like: “No! It’s your right to be entertained, your right to go on holiday!”‘

At 50, she has inadvertently made it her mission to show that women of any age can be as flamboyant as they please, not least when it comes to their outfits.

No apologies: Her outing comes as Amanda Holden recently told The Daily Mail she refuses to apologise for living her life

No apologies: Her outing comes as Amanda Holden recently told The Daily Mail she refuses to apologise for living her life

Her choice: 'I dress for other women and for myself. I don't dress for men and I dress absolutely how I want to. When I'm told I can't, it makes me do it more,' she said

Her choice: ‘I dress for other women and for myself. I don’t dress for men and I dress absolutely how I want to. When I’m told I can’t, it makes me do it more,’ she said

 ‘I dress for other women and for myself. I don’t dress for men and I dress absolutely how I want to. When I’m told I can’t, it makes me do it more,’ she said.

For example, when Ofcom received 235 complaints about the low-cut Amanda Wakeley dress she wore to judge Britain’s Got Talent, Amanda was delighted.

‘I thought: ‘”Amazing!” Now for every show they want to know what I’m going to be wearing in advance, and I’m like: “I’m going to wear a polo-neck . . . surprise!”‘

Sure enough, the week after the complaints, she selected a gown that was doubly revealing.

‘I don’t know what people are complaining about,’ she says. ‘They sexualise things that are just . . . there. [Fellow BGT judge] Simon [Cowell] can have all his shirt buttons open down to here and his man boobs out and no one bats an eyelid!’

Not bothered: Sure enough, the week after the complaints, she selected a gown that was doubly revealing. Pictured in 2020

Not bothered: Sure enough, the week after the complaints, she selected a gown that was doubly revealing. Pictured in 2020

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