Amanda Holden was all smiles as she donned a purple bikini in celebration of her 52nd birthday on Thursday.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge and broadcaster showed off her flawless figure in the swimwear as she posed for pictures on a beach.
Clutching a coconut, the star flashed her pearly whites and completed her holiday look with a purple cover-up, a straw sun hat and black shades.
In the playful picture, the famous face also sported a birthday badge in honour of her special day that read: ‘Happy Birthday’.
Alongside the Instagram snap, she uploaded the caption: ‘52 today – grateful to be alive and happy with people I love’.
Underneath the sun-soaked picture, friends and fans rushed to the comments to offer their well-wishes and words of affirmation for the stunning star.
Daisy May Cooper penned: ‘Happy birthday gorgeous xx [sic]’, while singer Alexandra Burke wrote: ‘Happy birthday my darling xxx sending love [sic]’.
Breakfast show co-host Ashley Roberts also sent Amanda birthday wishes: ‘Legend. Happy birthday sister!!!!!! [sic]’.
During the exotic getaway, the presenter also gave Tom Hanks’s viral champagne and diet coke recipe a go.
In a video uploaded to Instagram stories, she was filmed mixing the drinks to achieve the famous ‘Diet Cokagne’.
Amanda was seen pouring one-third of Champagne into a glass and then topping off the bubbling liquid with Diet Coke.
She then gave the cocktail a try and seemingly enjoyed it, exclaiming: ‘It tastes like an ice pop!’
The star’s tropical birthday celebrations came after she offered some insight into new BGT judge, Bruno Tonioli – who joined the cast after leaving Strictly Come Dancing.
Telling The Sun he had already ‘broken every rule’, she offered the newcomer some veteran advice while he adjusts to life on the much-loved series.
‘He’s a wonderful ball of energy and in a good way he’s already broken every rule,’ Amanda said.
She continued: ‘So much so that Simon will probably have to throw out any rulebook this year.
‘It’s going to be a brilliant series. We’ve only filmed auditions in London so far but we can’t wait to get to Manchester for the first time since the pandemic hit.
‘My biggest piece of advice is if you’re playing a musical instrument through an unusual body part, please make sure you go to the toilet first.’
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