Amanda Holden turns heads in eye-catching botanical suit as she brightens up office attire

Amanda Holden made sure to turn heads as she departed the Heart FM studios in London on Monday wearing an eye-catching botanical suit.

The 51 year old presenter never disappoints with her glamorous fashion choices and can often be seen sporting the latest trends after work on the Heart Radio Breakfast show.

Her bright green leaf-print suit was the perfect choice for a springtime office outfit, bringing plenty of colour to the daily grind. The foliage print jacket and matching trousers were from upmarket retailer Karen Millen.

The Britain's Got Talent judge added a smart white collared shirt under the blazer and opted for a cream handbag to match.

Amanda completed her look with patent white heels and '70s style aviator sunglasses for a groovy finish.

The stunning TV star wore her trademark blonde hair in loose waves and opted for a full face of makeup with smoky eyeshadow.

Amanda was joined on her stroll by her co-presenter Ashley Roberts who looked chic in a cropped blazer and jeans.

The leather blazer was from We Are Foolish and complemented her light-wash denim.

Ashley joined Amanda and opted for a pair of white heels, completing her look with a pair of white framed sunglasses.

Amanda can often be seen cat walking through the Heart FM offices and regularly struts her stuff in videos showing off her looks on her Instagram Stories.

She made sure to tell her fans where they could buy the suit and also tagged her stylists Karl Willett and Adele Pentland, the masterminds behind her latest look.

Amanda recently sent fans wild after staring in a shampoo advert which saw her strip off and flaunt her timeless looks.

She was filmed in the tub, lathered up as she washed her hair. She giggled as she ran shampoo through her hair as part of the promotional campaign.

"Turn the volume up," she wrote as she posted the paid partnership on her Instagram Stories.

She said: "Absolutely can't live without my mousse and spray."

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