Amanda Holden battles the wind with bare legs after coronavirus mocking

Amanda Holden was all smiles as she stepped out of the Heart Radio studios in a stunning black outfit on March 3.

The 49-year-old radio presenter proved, yet again, that her wardrobe is the stuff of fashion envy as she proudly donned the chic outfit after being live on air.

Showing off her stunning blonde locks, Amanda cast a smile as she hung a large navy coat over her outfit while walking away from the studios.

She then paired the look with a classy leather skirt from Reiss and simple pointed heels.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge finished off her look with a statement black top which was emblazoned with the word ‘Femme,’ from the ethical fashion brand Orwell + Austen.

Amanda, who hosts Heart Radio alongside Jamie Theakston, welcomed a familiar guest to the studios this morning for their popular prime-time show.


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Olly Murs was in the hot seat during the breakfast show this morning, where he opened up about this amazing weight loss and healthy lifestyle.

He went on to discuss Soccer Air and The Voice with the entertaining radio presenters.

Despite being in a cheery mood as she left work, Amanda has also been the subject of trolling recently over her supposed ‘irresponsible’ advice in regards to the Coronavirus outbreak.


  • Amanda Holden trolled for dishing out 'irresponsible' Coronavirus advice

Taking to Twitter some days ago, the TV personality shared with her 1.9 million followers some words of ‘advice’.

“The current mortality rate for the Coronavirus is 2% which is roughly equivalent to a common flu virus," she wrote.

"The 24 hr incessant mainstream media has a lot to answer for creating such hysteria.



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"Wash your hands regularly and avoid touching your nose, eyes and ears," she added.

Her followers were quick to snap back at the message, accusing her of ‘not being a scientist’ and that she should not be putting out such a message.

It appears her post has since been deleted from her Twitter account.

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