Amanda Holden shared an adorable Instagram selfie with her lookalike daughters on Saturday as they enjoyed some fresh air together.
The 50-year-old Britain's Got Talent judge took to social media to share the sweet snap with her devoted fans as she posed alongside daughters Alexa, 15, and Hollie, nine.
Amanda beamed widely in the photograph as the stunning family ventured out for their daily lockdown exercise.
The Heart Radio beauty wore a stylish green V-neck T-shirt and a black Adidas baseball cap to stay shaded from the sun.
Her hair looked stunning as her blonde ironed straight locks tumbled over her shoulders effortlessly.
Amanda shared the post with her 1.7million followers.
The captioned the selfie: "My #girlies and me. Roll on #June", with a heart emoji.
Amanda's devoted fans rushed to leave a comment, showering the television star with messages of love.
One said: "Gorgeous trio".
While another gushed: "Ohhh how cute", with a heart-eyes emoji.
A third follower added: "Lovely photo Amanda".
Amanda's post comes after she bagged a big money-deal to front a new BBC dating show.
The Daily Star Sunday revealed the news earlier this month as Amanda landed the deal with the BBC after weeks of secret talks.
Insiders are already tipping her to be the new Cilla Black, who fronted legendary dating show Blind Date from 1985 through to 2003.
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One said: "Execs are thrilled to have Amanda on board. She is perfect for a dating show because she has a great sense of humour.
"Everyone working on the show thinks she has the potential to be just like Cilla was years ago on Blind Date. There’s a lot of excitement about this."
The new show will come 30 years after Amanda appeared as a contestant on Blind Date when she was 19 years of age.
It will see single ladies pick from a line-up of potential partners.
And any they reject will hilariously be sent home through a trapdoor.
Our insider added: "This show won’t take itself too seriously. It will be a good laugh.
"Producers want it to be perfect light entertainment the whole family can watch together."
- Amanda Holden
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