Amanda Holden, 50, turns heads at a star-studded bash by daring to wear a semi-sheer top.
In a semi-sheer top and figure-hugging flares, AMANDA HOLDEN commanded attention last night.
As she left Kelly Hoppen’s CBE party in London, Britain’s Got Talent judge Amanda Holden, 50, looked stunning.
The party was a star-studded affair, with guests including Christine and Frank Lampard, Alan Carr, and Phillip Schofield.
Amanda looked stunning in an all-black ensemble as she exited Langan’s Brasserie last night after Kelly’s investiture at Windsor Castle.
Kelly was named a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) for his contributions to the government’s Great campaign, which aimed to promote British creativity, commerce, and business.
Amanda wore a diamond-patterned semi-sheer top with a high neckline, black shoulder pads, and fluffy, feather-trimmed cuffs to commemorate the occasion.
The actress accessorized her look with black velvet flares and pointed black high heels.
She completed the look with a black purse and a half-up, half-down do for her blow-dried blonde hair.
As she carefully made her way down the stairwell in her stilettos, security offered her some assistance.
Frank, 43, and his wife Christine, 42, were also seen leaving the party hand-in-hand, Christine looking chic in an off-the-shoulder black jumpsuit.
Meanwhile, Phillip Schofield of This Morning had a busy night, splitting his time between ITV’s Palooza, which honors the network’s talent, and Kelly’s bash.
The star was seen leaving the party with his estranged wife Steph, who was seen holding hands in a united display.
Duncan Bannatyne, 72, of Dragons’ Den fame, and his wife Nicola, 41, were also present.
Amanda is married to record producer Chris Hughes and was seen strutting confidently out of the party without her partner.
Alexa, who is 11, and Hollie, who is five, are the couple’s two daughters.
Between 1995 and 2003, she was married to comedian Les Dennis.
Amanda was recently cast in Neighbours as the aunt of Jason Donovan’s daughter, Jemma, who is 21 years old.
Harlow, played by Jemma, will visit her family in Britain to solve the mystery surrounding her late mother, Prue, who was played by Denise Van Outen.
“If I’d told my 1213-year-old self I’d one day appear,” Amanda said of her new role.
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