Amanda Holden is overwhelmed with the love she’s receiving today as she celebrates her milestone 50th birthday.
Yes, it might be hard to believe as she doesn’t look a day over 21, but the Britain’s Got Talent judge has turned the big 5-0 today.
In true Amanda fashion, she went to the extreme of a big photo shoot and shared a photo of her perched on what resembled a three-tier cake with flower garlands streaming down.
Looking as glamorous as ever, the TV presenter wore a sheer nude jumpsuit adorned with diamantes.
Thanking her husband Chris Hughes and daughters Hollie and Alexa, Amanda wrote in the Instagram caption: ‘How did This happen! Half a century.. time flies. . Thank you for all your kind & loving messages today.. my husband Chris and my gorgeous girls have spoiled me rotten and it’s still going.
‘My friends have sent the most hilarious messages & presents and made this day extra special ..I can’t wait to celebrate in a HUGE way when we can.. I’m 50 all year and all year we’re gonna party????.’
Amanda finished optimistically: ‘Hang on to your loved ones. It’s nearly over ❤️?.’
Her BGT co-star Alesha Dixon led the birthday messages and commented: ‘Love you! Happy Birthday ❤️❤️❤️.’
Former EastEnders actress Tamzin Outhwaite said: ‘Yes my darling… we are both 50 all year so lets get the gang and party as soon as we can . Love you xxx.’
Drag Race star Michelle Visage said: ‘Happy birthday gorgey one x welcome to the club.’
Good Morning Britain presenter Charlotte Hawkins added: ‘Happy Birthday!!! ??? Loads of love xxx.’
Piers Morgan posted his own birthday article : ‘Happy 50th Birthday to my funny, loyal, naughty and ridiculously youthful friend @noholdenback – she always makes me laugh & always has my back. Love her.’
Amanda replied: ‘Love you. Miss you ❤️.’
No doubt Amanda has been looking forward to the celebrations after being caught up in controversy over the weekend.
The Heart Radio presenter admitted to breaking lockdown rules after travelling from her home in Surrey to her parent’s house in Cornwall after receiving a ‘distressing’ phone call.
Credit: Original article published here.