Amanda Holden has wowed fans with a stunning new Instagram snap.
The Britain's Got Talent judge and Heart FM radio presenter looked gorgeous as she donned a paper-thin white dress on her latest trip away.
Amanda, 49, was showing off her shapely pins the the stylish item as she posed in front of some sand dunes.
The blonde bombshell accessorised the chic outfit with a delicate gold necklace and some mirrored sunnies.
Meanwhile her golden locks were left natural in a low-maintenance style.
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Captioning the post, Amanda wrote: "Sunshine and sand dunes."
Fans were loving the post, with it racking up 7,000 likes in under an hour.
One told her: "Gorgeous! Hope your having a lovely holiday."
While another added: "Looking simply sensational sweetheart. Such a natural stunningly beautiful lady."
A third chimed in: Queen. I love you."
While a fourth chimed in: "You look fab! Hope you’re having a lovely time."
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The post comes after Amanda shared a heartbreaking tribute to TV pal Caroline Flack after she took her own life last weekend.
Sharing a photo of the two of them online, Amanda wrote: "Utterly devastated to hear of the sudden death of this funny bright beautiful young girl.
"My heart goes out to her family. For Caroline to feel that death was the only way out breaks my heart.
"Anger doesn’t even begin to cover how I feel about her being thrown to the dogs like she was."
The star added: "Why was she not shown the same level of consideration, protection ,warmth and importance as other artists in our industry who have struggled recently?
"There are criminal gaps in the differences. I am certain there is more to her story… I know the truth will out.
"May she rest in peace and those responsible for this lack of humanity be brave enough to admit their shame."
- Amanda Holden
- Britains Got Talent
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