Amanda Holden appears to be determined not to let the coronavirus blues get her down, by spicing up her daily chores with some truly remarkable outfits.
Today saw TV presenter Amanda Holden undertake the task of mowing the lawn, which most people choose to do in an old pair of joggers - but not Amanda. Instead, she donned (probably) the most glamorous outfit in her wardrobe, her wedding dress.
Amanda Holden wore the champagne-coloured Elie Saab wedding gown, which came complete with lace overlay, sequin detailing and low back - plus a sparkly tiara.
The star captioned the picture, ‘Nice day for a good mowing! ☀️ Hope it puts a smile on your face. Why not join me... post a video of an unusual thing you can do in a wedding dress,#DoItInTheDressthen tag me &@thisisheart♥️#CuttingIt#WeCanDoIt💪🏼#StayAtHome#Isolation’
And fans were rather impressed to say the least!
‘This has made me smile so much, prettiest person mowing grass I’ve ever seen by far! 🤩Love you! ❤️Thank you for making me smile always 🌈’ wrote one.
‘Awesome ❤️. I can't fit in mine anymore but on my wedding day our children were in school ( registry office wedding just hubby 2 witnesses and I) and I did the school run in my dress. Stood in the school playground waiting to collect them.. I promised i would. Xx’ wrote another.
‘I have told me friends to follow you as you are such a cheery soul and very funny,’ said a third.
This isn't the first time Amanda has worn her wedding dress again – she seemingly loves any excuse to bring it out!
The presenter also wore her dress to watch Prince Harry and Meghan Markle’s wedding day from the comfort of her own home, posting her viewing party on social media.
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