Amanda Holden shows off legs in plunging minidress and looks glam on speedboat

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Amanda Holden looked every inch the perfect Bond girl as she wowed fans with a glam video taken as she was on a speedboat.

The 50-year-old has been enjoying some time out with her loved ones and there seems to be no expense spared when it comes to the star's holiday wardrobe.

Looking like a fashionista as usual, the Britain's Got Talent judge donned a fabulous summer dress that showed off her ageless figure.

The dress was bright pink in colour with splashes of white running through the material which complemented Amanda's holiday tan.

Amanda shared the stunning footage on Instagram with her 1.7m followers.

In the footage, captured just as the sun was setting, the glam star can be seen sitting crossed legged on a speedboat as it races across the water.

Oozing sex appeal, Amanda crosses her legs and looks out across the scenery before looking into the camera and smiling.

To accompany the video, the star dubbed the Louis Armstrong classic song 'What A Wonderful World' over it.

Amanda has opted not to share her luxurious holiday location with fans.

However earlier in the year, the mum-of-two revealed that she and her family had enjoyed a trip to Portugal and she wasn't happy with the cost of Covid tests.

The BGT judge, fumed to Alan Carr on his Life's A Beach podcast that she'd spent £2,500 on tests alone.

Amanda questioned whether or not she would go on holiday again – however, given her latest escapades it would seem the need to be in warmer climates outweighed the hefty fee.

Speaking to her pal Alan, she vented: "I don't want to rant on and on about it, but I think that is taking advantage of the British public.

"I'm in a position where I can afford to chuck that money. It’s awful. It’s a huge amount of money – that is literally chucking it away. Someone’s taking the p***."

She continued: "Never again am I paying that amount of money. There should be some kind of inquiry into that."

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