And if Amanda’s amazing body isn’t proof that blue swimsuits are a hit when on holiday, we’ve got a selection below in the edit of similar styles to tickle your fancy. She was quickly showered with compliments from her fans who called her figure 'amazing' with another writing 'Your figure is insane! X'She also posted a sweet snap of herself and lookalike daughter Lexy, 11, with the pair seen gazing off into the distance and a glamorous Amanda sporting false eyelashes.
During her idyllic break away she has sent her followers wild as they praised her age-defying physique.
While she proved to every inch the doting mum in the snap, another image saw her enjoying the peace and tranquillity as she went topless.
Taken from behind, Amanda showed off her sculpted back as she felt the need to shed her top.
In the jaw-dropping image the Britain's Got Talent judge looked like a woman half her age as she flaunted her tanned and toned legs, along with her slender midriff in a clinging blue swimsuit while artfully reclining on a wall.
Amanda Holden is living proof that hard work really does pay off.
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