Amanda Holden looks fabulous in M&S crew neck

Naomi Gordon
·2-min read
Photo credit: Neil Mockford - Getty Images
Photo credit: Neil Mockford - Getty Images

Amanda Holden was treating her fans to a fashion extravaganza from the hallway stairs of her home as she shared some of her favourite spring/summer outfits on Instagram.

The 50-year-old TV star and radio host looked fabulous in a number of high-street must-haves - including a pink pure cashmere crew neck jumper from M&S, priced at £99, and a gorgeous cream M&S cashmere roll neck jumper, priced at £89.

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The pink cashmere is also available in a crew neck cardigan, priced at £109.

Fans were also loving her white mix linen striped shirt - due to its popularity, it's currently only available in sizes 6 - 8, but it also comes in a natural mix and blue mix, which are available to buy now in sizes 8 - 22.

Amanda added the caption to her catwalk clip: "#fashion in order. @reiss @marksandspencer. 2nd @paige @marksandspencer 3rd @marksandspencer @reiss 4th @ascenolondon 5th @reiss @silkfred #filming #quickchange."

The Britain's Got Talent judge previously revealed that she is working on an exciting new TV project, sharing a photo of herself in the cream M&S roll neck teamed with a white midi skirt on her way to filming on Instagram.

"Starting to film a fun new project today 🤫 #BackToMyRoots," she added in the caption.

This prompted some fans to speculate whether Amanda could be returning to acting, and possibly reprising her role as Mia Bevan in hit BBC One drama Cutting It, which aired back in 2003.

Amanda starred opposite Sarah Parish as Allie Henshall in the series which followed the life of hairdresser Allie, alongside her lovers, her rivals and her dysfunctional family.

We'll have to wait and see what Amanda has in store for us, and we hope she keeps us updated on her high-street bargains too....

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