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Amanda Holden accidentally flashes her bottom as she suffers a ‘Marilyn Monroe moment’ while filming with Alan Carr in Italy

Amanda Holden accidentally flashed her bottom as she suffered a ‘Marilyn Monroe moment’ while filming with Alan Carr in Italy. 

The presenter, 52, and the comedian, 46, spent three months renovating flats in the medieval town of Salemi for BBC show Amanda and Alan: The Italian Job.

With the duo’s Sicilian flat now set to be sold for Children In Need, Amanda celebrated the sale by sharing a blooper clip. 

She looked incredible in a white tea dress with completed with a summery lemon print and matching gingham headscarf. 

But things didn’t go to plan when the floaty number got taken by a strong gust of wind, resulting in Amanda flashing her kickers at Alan.  

Amanda Holden, 52, accidentally flashed her bottom as she suffered a 'Marilyn Monroe moment' while filming with Alan Carr in Italy

Amanda Holden, 52, accidentally flashed her bottom as she suffered a ‘Marilyn Monroe moment’ while filming with Alan Carr in Italy

‘You can see everything!’ Alan shouted as he attempted to pull her dress back down as they walked around the town. 

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‘I know!’ Amanda replied. 

Alongside the video she penned: ‘To Celebrate- here’s a blooper reel of Alan and Amanda’s #Italianjob last ep tonight on @bbc or whole series on @bbciplayer.

‘Our beautiful apartment is for sale. All proceeds go to @bbccin @comicrelief all the details are in my stories.’

After buying the two flats for a euro each, the pair documented the renovation process of knocking them together on the show.

Now, the flat is up for sale and the proceeds for the furnishes two-bedroom, two bathroom holiday home will be split between Comic Relief and Children In Need

The 1,300sq ft apartment has been completely overhauled – after the pair first found it abandoned, filled with rubbish and used by squatters. 

Amanda and Alan tackled the property from the ground up and threw themselves at DIY jobs from plastering to plumbing. 

On screen: The presenter and the comedian, 46, spent three months renovating flats in the medieval town of Salemi for BBC show Amanda and Alan: The Italian Job

On screen: The presenter and the comedian, 46, spent three months renovating flats in the medieval town of Salemi for BBC show Amanda and Alan: The Italian Job

Oops: She looked incredible in a white tea dress, but things didn't go to plan when the floaty number got taken by a strong gust of wind

Oops: She looked incredible in a white tea dress, but things didn’t go to plan when the floaty number got taken by a strong gust of wind

The stunning flat is listed on Rightmove, with the description: ‘The three balconies offer breathtaking views of the landscape, making this the perfect spot to watch the sunset.

‘It also comes with a shared, walled courtyard, perfect for al fresco dining or just enjoying the Mediterranean sunshine.’

In the last episode, the pals admire their work after tackling a bedroom and bathroom each and the living room and kitchen together. 

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The actress says: ‘It’s gorgeous! Even though our tastes are very different, it’s got a really lovely flow. I feel a bit sad it’s done. I really love it.’

Funny: 'You can see everything!' Alan shouted as he attempted to pull her dress back down as they walked around the town

Funny: ‘You can see everything!’ Alan shouted as he attempted to pull her dress back down as they walked around the town

The show has drawn in 4.5million viewers and there are now reports the BBC are planning a second series next year in a different location. 

A source told The Mirror: ‘BBC bosses have been thrilled. The warmth and humour of their friendship as they’ve got stuck in to DIY, design and the Sicilian lifestyle has proved to be a big hit.’

Amanda previously spoke about how The Italian Job, was born out of her desire to do something nice for close pal Alan.

MailOnline has contacted the BBC for comment.  

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