Amanda Holden has shown that she knows how to have a good time while enjoying a sun-soaked holiday with her family, including her husband Chris Hughes and their two children - Hollie, nine, and Alexa, 15.
The 50-year-old Britain's Got Talent judge was looking incredible in a series of snaps that she posted to TikTok and Instagram, as she once again showed off her enviable, toned figure.
The Heart Radio Breakfast Show co-host has been keeping her fans smiling with a number of sensational snaps from her break abroad and now she has made them laugh with a number of hilarious mid-air poses.
Amanda wore a green and white patterned halterneck swimsuit as she jumped into the pool while pulling off a number of different poses, as she showed that there is no shortage of fun to be had while away from home.
Her age-defying physique was to the fore as dived into the pool while looking like she is moon walking, playing air guitar and even recreating a scene from ET with one of her children.
She is also seen charging into the pool, which she captioned "running mand" and flying horizontal, which she claimed to be "supermand".
In other pics, Amanda is seen with her legs spread wide in a ballerina pose, as well as standing up straight in a typical Mary Poppins pose.
Earlier in the week, Amanda looked sensational as she posed for a photo by the pool, with the luxurious blue sea set behind her, with not a cloud in the sky.
The TV personality wore a tiny pink printed bikini as she soaked up the sun.
"Just #chillin," she captioned the photo alongside a sun emoji.
Amanda has been on a series of holidays recently, also heading to Portugal last month.
But she slammed the requirements for Covid testing before international travel, after she revealed she had spent more than £2500 on tests for that one break away.
"Getting there cost over £2500 in tests," she told Alan Carr’s Life’s a Beach podcast.
"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***."
Whilst she admits it was "worth" it to get some quality time away with her family, she vowed to "never" pay that kind of money again.
"Never again am I paying that amount of money. There should be some kind of inquiry into that," she fumed.
"It was worth it in the sense that we got away as a family and we were so fortunate to be away. I can’t moan about it because so many other people didn’t get away, and we got home and safe and all of that."
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