Amanda Holden goes wild on boozy weekend away with famous friends
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Amanda Holden let her hair down on a festive-themed boozy weekend away with her girlfriends.
The mum-of-two was joined by Tamzin Outhwaite, Lisa Faulkner, Angela Griffin and Sarah Parrish, as well as Nicola Stephenson and Tracy Ann Oberman for a Sussex staycation.
The presenter, 50, and her famous pals shared snaps of them enjoying wine over lavish dinner parties, spa treatments and nights at local pubs.
On one wine-fuelled evening, the girl gang had some fun posing for snaps and pretending they were on the front cover of Rolling Stone magazine.
The group of famous friends enjoyed a trip down to Sussex for a weekend away
Embracing a crisp autumnal morning, the friends wore matching pyjamas and posed at the front of their seaside retreat.
Amanda also shared a topless snap of her about to enjoy a massage, covering her breast with a star emoji.
Taking in the breathtaking scenery of Arundel in South Downs, West Sussex, the famous group wrapped up in winter warmers and walked along the beach.
Amanda Holden stripped down to her swimming costume and took a dip in the sea
She must be freezing!
The 50-year-old showed off her sensational figure in a swimsuit as she took a dip in the sea on Saturday. The one piece had a plunging neckline and she added a pair of welly boots to finish her seaside style.
She was joined in the chilly water by actresses Lisa Faulkner and Sarah Parish, sharing a clip of the women laughing as they braved the beach.
All in matching pyjamas the group made the most of a crisp autumnal morning at their rented accommodation
She enjoyed some Dutch courage as she sipped from a bottle of gin before heading into the waves.
"It was bloody freezing!" she told fans who praised her for being so brave to go for a dip at this time of the year.
She recently left her Heart FM radio co-host Jamie Theakston feeling hot under the collar after she revealed what she gets up to in the shower.
Amanda was joined by Tamzin Outhwaite, Lisa Faulkner, Angela Griffin and Sarah Parrish, as well as Nicola Stephenson and Tracy Ann Oberman
Amanda went wild
The pair were debating the question that appeared on I'm A Celebrity : " What percentage of Brits said that they faced towards the shower when washing?"
Amanda said: "When I first get in, I might go, oh yes here it comes, but then I think I turn around…"
Jamie replied: "So, you’re facing towards the shower to begin with."
"But only for sex…like…" responded Amanda as she fumbled over her words.
Laughing at her on-air faux pas, Jamie exclaimed: "That’s another discussion for another day!
Amanda Holden revealed a little more than she had planned on her radio show
"What you do in the shower is your own business, I just want to know whether you’re facing the shower or you’re facing the… or whether you’re…"
It comes after the presenter says she fancies her husband Chris Hughes as much as ever.
She told The Mirror: "My husband – god, we are different people but he is my biggest, proudest champion. He’s not a yes man, but he is ‘Go Mandy’ all the time. So it’s just wonderful.
"Oh god I really fancy Chris. We’ll be eating dinner in a restaurant, he’ll go to the loo, then I’ll look up, catch a glimpse of a man and think “he’s fit” and then realise “f***, that’s my husband! I still fancy him!” He challenges me and I challenge him, and I think that’s the secret to a good marriage."
Speaking about how she felt about turning 50 she said: "I think I had more of a wobble when I turned 30. I got divorced and I was like “s***, I’m 30. I’m supposed to be having children and stuff at this point.” But at 50 I think I was just in such a good place. I just went “Yeah, I’m 50, I feel fabulous and I just don’t care.”