She continues her duties as a radio host as a key worker amid the coronavirus lockdown.
And Amanda Holden looked effortlessly chic as she left Heart Radio Studios in London on Wednesday.
Britain’s Got Talent judge, 49, showed off her tanned, toned legs in a sleek denim skirt paired with snow-white heels as she stepped off her catwalk.
Style: Amanda Holden looked effortlessly chic as she left Heart Radio Studios in London on Wednesday
The beauty paired it with a white and blue striped nautical print top and a leather jacket for an edgy touch.
Her blonde hair was styled in soft waves while her pretty features were accented with a radiant makeup palette.
Amanda added a final trendy touch with oversized undertones.
The exit comes after Amanda admitted that she thrives in the lockdown – with the exception of her hair.
Chic: Her blonde hair was styled in soft waves while her pretty features were accented with a radiant makeup palette
The TV presenter joked that she was “asking a friend” how to cover pesky gray roots when celebrity hairstylist Michael Douglas called Heart Breakfast on Tuesday to offer home hair care tips during her forties.
The BGT star also admitted that she is a better mother to Lexi, 14, and Hollie, eight, as well as a better wife to husband Chris Hughes now that she is so much at home.
Amanda asked: ‘I’m asking this question for a friend [laughs], if they have some kind of little gray spot on the front that’s just a bit annoying… ‘
Michael asked, “Just a little patch? “, To which Amanda replied:” Just a very small patch barely there … “
‘I think I know this friend,’ laughs Michael.
Strut: The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 49, showed off her tanned, toned legs in a stylish denim skirt paired with snow-white heels as she stepped off her catwalk
Radiant: The beauty paired it with a nautical-print white and blue striped top and a leather jacket for an edgy touch
He suggested, “You don’t need to dye. There are some really good root sprays out there, these concealer sprays.
“L’Oreal makes one, Phil Smith has a really good one at Sainsburys, they weigh about six or seven pounds, it’s a very small spray can, you get them in different colors and you can just put on a little spray. on the gray area.
“It’s temporary but it will go away, they are working surprisingly well.”
Ending his co-host, Jamie Theakston said: “Or just get an Amanda hat… for your friend”.
Elsewhere on Tuesday’s show, Amanda spoke of her sense of family as if she would become a “better person” during the global coronavirus pandemic.
She said: “I’m a better locked-out mom, according to my husband I’m a better wife… I’m just a better person.”
“But don’t you find it extremely frustrating that you can’t go out and see your friends?” Jamie asked.
Proving she was tech-savvy, Amanda replied, “No because I see them every week on the Zoom, on the Zoom, you don’t know!”
“It’s so wonderful to go up the stairs instead of calling a cab on a Friday, it’s great [laughs]. ‘
Staying at home: The BGT star recently admitted that she’s a better mother to Lexi, 14, and Hollie, eight, as well as a better wife to her husband Chris Hughes now that she’s so at home. House