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Amanda Holden, 51, is the epitome of chic in a white blazer and sparkly fringed flares as she heads to a lavish restaurant after appearing on The One Show

She never fails to turn heads with her incredible sense of style.

And Amanda Holden looked the epitome of chic in an all-white ensemble as she head to Scott’s seafood restaurant in Richmond, London on Friday after appearing on BBC‘s The One Show. 

The presenter, 51, slipped into a plunging white blazer and matching sparkly flares, teaming with a pair of heels.

Stylish: Amanda Holden looked the epitome of chic in an all-white ensemble as she head to Scott's seafood restaurant in Richmond, London on Friday after appearing on BBC's The One Show

Stylish: Amanda Holden looked the epitome of chic in an all-white ensemble as she head to Scott’s seafood restaurant in Richmond, London on Friday after appearing on BBC’s The One Show

Amanda sported a full-face of glam makeup with a swipe of nude lipstick, while styling her golden locks in loose curls. 

The Britain’s Got Talent judge carried a small black clutch and accessorised with dainty gold jewellery.  

The outing comes after Amanda on Friday’s edition of The One Show to promote her BBC show I Can See Your Voice.

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Amanda’s TV appearance comes after she revealed exclusively to MailOnline that she skipped the NTAs because she was busy filming a ‘slightly controversial’ top secret new TV series for Sky late into the evening.

Wow! The presenter, 51, slipped into a plunging white blazer and matching sparkly flares, teaming with a pair of heels

Looking good: She never fails to turn heads with her incredible sense of style

Wow! The presenter, 51, slipped into a plunging white blazer and matching sparkly flares, teaming with a pair of heels

Beauty: Amanda sported a full-face of glam makeup with a swipe of nude lipstick, while styling her golden locks in loose curls

Beauty: Amanda sported a full-face of glam makeup with a swipe of nude lipstick, while styling her golden locks in loose curls

The popular presenter teased that the exciting new project is a ‘factual programme about a taboo subject,’ which will see her ‘getting her hands dirty.’ 

After beginning filming on Thursday, the following morning, Amanda looked typically stylish an an all-black ensemble as she brought daughter Hollie, 10, to work at Heart FM in London’s Leicester Square. 

Proving to be one of the hardest working women in showbiz, rather than partying with her peers at the NTAs on Thursday night, Amanda focused her time on recording the brand new TV series. 

Looking good: The Britain's Got Talent judge carried a small black clutch and accessorised with dainty gold jewellery

Guest: The outing comes after Amanda on Friday's edition of The One Show to promote her BBC show I Can See Your Voice

Looking good: The Britain’s Got Talent judge carried a small black clutch and accessorised with dainty gold jewellery

Amanda told MailOnline: ‘I’ve just started filming a brand new series for Sky, which is going to be a lot of fun and it maybe slightly controversial!

‘It’s going to be a programme where you’re going to learn something as well, a proper history lesson.

‘I am super excited about doing it and I’m fronting it and getting my hands dirty.

‘It’s a factual programme about a taboo subject. That’s all I can say right now! It’s going to be brilliant.’ 

Amanda draped a military style coat over her shoulders as she strolled along in sky-scraper heels while carrying her belongings in a classic black leather tote.

Her youngest daughter Hollie looked sweet in a long-sleeved denim mini dress and off-white pair of Western boots. 

The mother-and-daughter duo held hands and smiled as they were pictured together outside the radio studios. 

Amanda is also mum to daughter Alexa, 16. She shares both children with her music producer husband Chris Hughes, 68. 

Amongst the presenter’s many TV and radio projects is I Can See Your Voice which returns to BBC One on Saturday at 9:05pm. 

Back on the box: Amongst the presenter's many TV and radio projects is I Can See Your Voice which returns to BBC One on Saturday at 9:05pm

Back on the box: Amongst the presenter’s many TV and radio projects is I Can See Your Voice which returns to BBC One on Saturday at 9:05pm

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