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Amanda Holden waves winter goodbye in a stunning floral dress and coat as she leaves the Heart radio studiosBy Rebecca Davison for Mai

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Amanda Holden waves winter goodbye in a stunning floral dress and coat as she leaves the Heart radio studios

Amanda Holden turned to one of Kate Middleton’s favourite high street stores for her latest sartorial display on Wednesday. 

The 49-year-old wore the Vita Green Floral Print Silk Midi Dress from L. K. Bennett which is currently on sale from £495 down to £198.  

The bold, blousy floral print is emerald green with purple and red blooms and has a relaxed turtle neck, pleating detail to the bodice and pleated short sleeves.

On her way! Amanda Holden waved winter goodbye in a stunning floral dress and coat as she left the Heart radio studios in London on Wednesday

On her way! Amanda Holden waved winter goodbye in a stunning floral dress and coat as she left the Heart radio studios in London on Wednesday

Saving the cash: The 49-year-old wore the Vita Green Floral Print Silk Midi Dress from L. K. Bennett which is currently on sale from £495 down to £198

Saving the cash: The 49-year-old wore the Vita Green Floral Print Silk Midi Dress from L. K. Bennett which is currently on sale from £495 down to £198

With spring not quite yet sprung, she made sure she was warm enough balancing a navy coat on her shoulders as she left the Global Radio headquarters. 

Amanda added some inches to her height with matching navy heels and added an added touch of glamour with designer oversized sunnies. 

And while the salons are closed amid the national lockdown, Amanda was still sporting immaculate caramel coloured hair, which had a light curl. 

Did someone order a dose of glamour? Once inside the studios, the Britain's Got Talent judge shared a boomerang on social media as she did a little twirl in her ensemble

Did someone order a dose of glamour? Once inside the studios, the Britain’s Got Talent judge shared a boomerang on social media as she did a little twirl in her ensemble

Once inside the studios, the Britain’s Got Talent judge shared a boomerang on social media as she did a little twirl in her ensemble. 

She will have a bit more time on her hands this year because Britain’s Got Talent, which she stars as a talent judge, has been cancelled during the pandemic. 

Amanda has said she agrees with the decision, because the show simply would not have worked without a live studio audience. 

Speaking about the decision on Heart Breakfast with Jamie Theakston, the radio presenter said having the public there during auditions was necessary as it ‘affects the quality of the show’ because they’re ‘the fifth judge’.

Warm enough: With spring not quite yet sprung, she made sure she was warm enough balancing a navy coat on her shoulders as she left the Global Radio headquarters

Caught in a downpour: Amanda added some inches to her height with matching navy heels and added an added touch of glamour with designer oversized sunnies

Warm enough: With spring not quite yet sprung, she made sure she was warm enough balancing a navy coat on her shoulders as she left the Global Radio headquarters

Keep smiling: She will have a bit more time on her hands this year because Britain's Got Talent, which she stars as a talent judge, has been cancelled during the pandemic

Keep smiling: She will have a bit more time on her hands this year because Britain’s Got Talent, which she stars as a talent judge, has been cancelled during the pandemic

She explained: ‘We were due to start filming on the 18th of January and then it was pushed to the 28th and then we got the call yesterday before the press release just saying, “look I think out of every show on television Britain’s Got Talent needs the audience”. 

‘We need you guys, because we call them the fifth judge and it just makes no sense not to have them behind us.’

Amanda said she was happy with the decision to delay the show, as she went on to say she ‘would rather wait’ so BGT can create the best production.  

She said: ‘I think it affects the show and it affects the quality of the show and with the biggest will in the world – because there’s so much hard work backstage and everyone’s really done a huge effort to make it the best show it can be – it still affects it, so I would rather wait and make it the best it can be and put it on in the Autumn.’ 

Discussing head judge Simon Cowell’s return, she added: ‘I’ll miss Simon though. It will be nearly two years since I’ve actually touched him!’  

Looking for the positives: Amanda said she was happy with the decision to delay the show, as she went on to say she 'would rather wait' so BGT can create the best production

Looking for the positives: Amanda said she was happy with the decision to delay the show, as she went on to say she ‘would rather wait’ so BGT can create the best production

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