Amanda Holden dons a burgundy midi dress and a brown plaid coat as she exits the Heart FM studios

Amanda Holden looked typically chic as she exited the Heart FM studios in London on Thursday after presenting her breakfast show.

The TV personality, 50, oozed glamour in a burgundy maxi dress which featured buttons down its centre.

She teamed the number with a leather handbag and kept warm in the autumn breeze with a trendy plaid wool coat.

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Emerging: Amanda Holden looked typically chic as she exited the Heart FM studios in London on Thursday following a morning of presenting her breakfast show

Framing her face with a pair of oversized shades, the Britain’s Got Talent judge wore her gorgeous blonde locks in silky waves and elevated her height with a pair of dark red leather boots.

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Completing her ensemble with a pair of gold hoops, onlookers stopped in their tracks as the star strutted her way through Leicester Square.

Amanda recently gave fans a glimpse of her hair and make-up regime as she was primped and preened by a team of five helpers in a picture shared to Instagram on Wednesday.

Sensational: The TV personality, 50, oozed glamour in a burgundy maxi dress which featured buttons down its centre

Centre of attention: Completing her ensemble with a pair of gold hoops, onlookers stopped in their tracks as the star strutted her way through Leicester Square

The actress, who is currently filming scenes in London for Australian soap Neighbours, didn’t say if this was to do with her role and could be seen having a mani-pedi as two assistants went to work on her nails.

Amanda sat in a blue dressing gown which she left open to the thigh to show off her long slender pins, as she penned: ‘We will rebuild her’.

The model could be seen having her make-up applied and long blonde locks curled. 

The presenter ensured she was comfortable as she wore a single fluffy slipper on the foot that wasn’t being tended to. 

Luxe: Amanda gave fans a glimpse of her hair and make-up regime as she was primped and preened by a team of five helpers in a picture shared to Instagram on Wednesday

Amanda recently landed a role on Neighbours playing the aunt of Jason Donovan’s daughter, Jemma, 21.

Channel 5 released the first look images from set this week after the pair filmed in Waterloo, London, together ahead of the episodes airing in the spring.

On the show, Jemma’s character Harlow will jet to the UK in the hope of figuring out a mystery about her late mother, Prue, who was played by Denise Van Outen.

On location: She looked radiant as ever as she stepped onto the set of Neighbours in London alongside her co-star Jemma Donovan, who plays Harlow Robinson

Between filming scenes, Amanda and Jemma posed for a snap together as they held up the Ramsay St street sign, where the soap is set.  

Amanda also revealed that many passersby thought the pair were related in real life.

She said: ‘My first day on set was such a fun and surreal experience. If I’d told my 12/13 year-old self I would one-day appear in Neighbours I’d have never believed it!

‘So many people were beeping in their cars and passersby assumed that Jemma was my real daughter because we look quite similar! I can’t wait to continue the journey of my character Harriet.’   

Scene: Amanda told how many passersby thought she and Jemma were actually related as they filmed in the capital

She previously said in a statement: ‘Like most people in the UK who were around in the late Eighties and early Nineties, I grew up watching Neighbours every single day.

‘I was glued to our TV for the wedding of Kylie [Minogue] and Jason [Donovan], while cursing Mrs Mangel [Vivean Gray] and praying that Mike and Jane [Guy Pearce and Jane Harris] would eventually get together! Not to mention all the other greats over the years.

‘To now have the opportunity to be a part of such an iconic Australian show is simply fabulous. I can’t wait to work with Jemma in London. This feels like a joyous occasion for everyone.’ 

Runs in the family: Jemma is the daughter of Jason Donovan (pictured in 2019) who made a name for himself on Neighbours before launching his singing career