Amanda Holden shows off her incredible figure in black bikini as she lounges on a yacht | The Sun

AMANDA Holden looked incredible as she posed in a black bikini while lounging on a yacht in Italy.

The 51-year-old sizzled in the snap shared on Instagram, flaunting her age-defying figure and long legs while gazing off camera towards Capri's iconic Faraglioni rocks.

Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda looked fresh from a dip in the Med, with her damp hair swept back as she soaked up the sun.

Amanda, who also presents the Heart breakfast show alongside Jamie Theakston, jetted off on her well-deserved family holiday last month.

She has been keeping fans up to date on her travels with regular snaps from the break and at the weekend posted one of her cuddling up to youngest daughter Hollie, 10.

In the photo, Amanda was dressed up in a floral two-piece shorts and crop top, showing off her toned middle as she placed her arms round Hollie.

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She completed her outfit with a black sun hat and dark sunglasses, looking make-up free as she smiled for the camera.

Meanwhile, Hollie – who snuggled into her mum's shoulder – wore her blonde hair in long plaits and a bright floral dress.

The mother-daughter duo stood in front of the stunning Italian coastline for the snap, which Amanda posted to her Instagram fans.

Amanda is also with eldest daughter Lexi, 16, and husband Chris Hughes.

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But it's not been all beach days and boats for the family, as Amanda previously shared a clip of her glamming up for a night out during the holiday.

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