Amanda Holden looked stunning earlier this week as she wore a gorgeous sage green corset dress to work in central London.
The 50-year-old posed in the Heart FM office before she started presenting Heart Breakfast alongside Jamie Theakston.
Taking to Instagram to show off her stunning ensemble, the star wore a sage green shirt-style dress with corset detailing that laced up either side.
Amanda posts her daily 'outfit of the day' in her Instagram highlights section 'Many's Looks' where she shares her outfits with her followers.
In Wednesday's look, she opted for a dress with a fit and flare design, that accentuated the star's stunning figure and tiny waist.
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With her hair in a blonde bob, Amanda sported glowing makeup as she stood with her hand on her hip, smiling for the camera.
Pairing the look with strappy white heels, Amanda flashed her toned pins as she stood with one leg in front of the other.
This look came a week after the star attended Wembley's hospitality section watching England play Italy in the Euro 2020 finals.
Getting into the festive footie spirit, Amanda posted multiple sizzling snaps of herself donning an England shirt.
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In the snaps posted on the 50-year-old bombshell's Instagram page, she posed with bare legs and just an England football shirt.
The fan wrote a heartfelt caption alongside the sexy snap, which read: "It didn’t come home but oh my god do I feel proud of @england and #GarethSouthgate for last nights match.
"It takes balls to volunteer for penalties … A night never to forget, we came together as a nation … and we still have the #worldcup next year…"
One fan took to the comments section to say: "I tried to read the caption but could not get past the photo"
Another said: "Oh my word this makes it all better"
Amanda huddled together with Our Girl actress Michelle Keegan and Strictly host Tess Daly as the trio held up an almighty England flag, while at the final on Sunday.
Sadly it was not meant to be and England were defeated by the Italians during a penalty shootout which finished 3-2.
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