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Amanda Holden looks classy in a figure-hugging dress as she steps out at Heart FM

Amanda Holden wows in a chic leather and knitted ensemble as she heads to work at Heart FM after living it up at Wembley for Euros 2020 final

Amanda Holden commanded attention in a figure-hugging Karen Millen ensemble as she stepped out of the Heart FM studios on Monday. 

The BGT judge and radio presenter, 51, strolled down the London street in a tan, black and white patterned ensemble after watching England’s heartbreaking defeat at the Euros 2020 final the previous evening. 

The two-piece, which cinched in at the waist to show off her physique, had a leather bottom half and knitted upper half and showed off her gym-honed arms.  

Wow: Amanda Holden commanded attention in a figure-hugging Karen Millen ensemble as she stepped out of the Heart FM studios on Monday

Amanda framed her youthful face by donning oversized brown sunglasses and she elevated her height with pointed white stilettos. 

Her golden locks were swept into a side parting and styled into waves as they blew in the London breeze as she headed out of her show. 

The actress carried her belongings in a small Gucci handbag, with the GG emblem in gold, which she slung across her body. 

Stunning: The dress, which cinched in at the waist to show off her physique, had a leather bottom half and knitted upper half and showed off the BGT judge's gym-honed arms

Stunning: The dress, which cinched in at the waist to show off her physique, had a leather bottom half and knitted upper half and showed off the BGT judge’s gym-honed arms

Looking great: Amanda framed her youthful face by donning oversized brown sunglasses and she elevated her height with pointed white stilettos

Looking great: Amanda framed her youthful face by donning oversized brown sunglasses and she elevated her height with pointed white stilettos 

She took to Instagram to show off her outfit, tagging the clothing brand Karen Millen and her stylist Karl Willett. 

In one Instagram story she posed with her hand on her hip leaning on an office desk  with her gaze looking off-frame. 

In a later post, she looked fierce as she strutted her stuff with pouted lips in a boomerang posted on her story.  

Styled to perfection: She took to Instagram to show off her outfit, tagging the clothing brand Karen Millen and her stylist Karl Willett

Styled to perfection: She took to Instagram to show off her outfit, tagging the clothing brand Karen Millen and her stylist Karl Willett 

Sassy: In a later post, she looked fierce as she strutted her stuff with pouted lips in a boomerang posted on her story

Sassy: In a later post, she looked fierce as she strutted her stuff with pouted lips in a boomerang posted on her story

The media personality watched England’s defeat at Wembley on Sunday, and much like the rest of the nation joined in commiserating the Three Lions on social media. 

In the risqué snap she posed bare legs in an England shirt with a glass of Prosecco in hand a-top a Vespa with the Italian flag on it. 

She captioned the image, ‘It didn’t come home but oh my god do I feel proud of @england and #GarethSouthgate for last nights match…

‘It takes balls to volunteer for penalties. A night never to forget , we came together as a nation and we still have the #worldcup next year ….’ 

Disappointment: The media personality watched England's defeat at Wembley last night, and much like the rest of the nation joined in commiserating the Three Lions on social media

Disappointment: The media personality watched England’s defeat at Wembley last night, and much like the rest of the nation joined in commiserating the Three Lions on social media

Looking forward: She captioned the snap with words of pride for the team

Looking forward: She captioned the snap with words of pride for the team

Amanda was joined at Wembley by Michelle Keegan, 34, and Tess Daly, 52, as they showed their support for the squad at the much anticipated match on Sunday.

‘I mean it really could be coming home,’ wrote the radio presenter, alongside the patriotic post.

She looked flawless as she held up an England flag in a white vest top alongside her A-list pals. 

'It really could be coming home': Amanda Holden, Michelle Keegan and Tess Daly showed support for the squad at the much anticipated Euro 2020 final at Wembley on Sunday

‘It really could be coming home’: Amanda Holden, Michelle Keegan and Tess Daly showed support for the squad at the much anticipated Euro 2020 final at Wembley on Sunday

Amanda wore her caramel locks in neat curls and dressed up for the momentous match in layers of lipgloss.

 Luke Shaw scored early for England in the first two minutes of the tense game but Italy equalised with a goalmouth scramble in the 67th minute.

After a tense period of extra time, England lost out in a penalty shoot out as Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho and Bukayo Saka missed crucial goal attempts that led Italy to victory.

Ahead of the game: Gareth Southgate (pictured) urged the nation to 'stop looking at the negatives of our own country' because 'England has so much to be proud of'

Ahead of the game: Gareth Southgate (pictured) urged the nation to ‘stop looking at the negatives of our own country’ because ‘England has so much to be proud of’ 

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