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Amanda Holden looks radiant in 60s-inspired floral outfit as she departs Heart Radio

Amanda Holden, 51, turns heads in a retro-style floral co-ord after saying she ‘nonetheless needs to get wolf whistled at by builders in her 70s’

She lately admitted she loves getting wolf whistles from builders who discover her engaging when she’s out and about. 

And Amanda Holden was undoubtedly hoping for a wink or two as she departed Global Studios after presenting her Heart Radio breakfast present on Thursday.

The Britain’s Got Talent decide, 51, appeared sensational as she donned a sixties-inspired multi-coloured floral shirt and matching trousers.

Flower power: Amanda Holden looked incredible in a 60s-inspired outfit as she departed Global Studios after presenting her Heart Radio breakfast show on Thursday

Flower energy: Amanda Holden appeared unimaginable in a 60s-inspired outfit as she departed Global Studios after presenting her Heart Radio breakfast present on Thursday

The presenter added top to her body with a pair of lemon open-toed heels and likewise wore white-rimmed sun shades.

Looking in good spirits as she made her manner residence, Amanda added extra color to her look with a pink fanny pack.

The star styled her blonde locks right into a ponytail and accomplished her look with a pair of gold hoop earrings. 

It comes after Amanda stated she enjoys being ‘tooted at’ and receiving feedback about her look – and does not care whether it is sexist.

Strut: The presenter added height to her frame with a pair of lemon open-toed heels and also wore white-rimmed sunglasses

Strut: The presenter added top to her body with a pair of lemon open-toed heels and likewise wore white-rimmed sun shades

Radiant: Looking in good spirits as she made her way home, Amanda added more colour to her look with a pink fanny pack

Stunning: The star styled her blonde locks into a ponytail

Radiant: Looking in good spirits as she made her manner residence, Amanda added extra color to her look with a pink fanny pack

She instructed Woman’s Weekly journal: ‘I nonetheless need to get wolf whistles in my 70s, and I do not care how sexist that’s. I need a builder to provide me a little bit ‘oi, oi’ after I stroll previous. I need to be tooted at by males or ladies when I’m strolling the canine!’ 

The mother-of-two stated she thinks ladies ought to put on what they need regardless of their age. 

‘The solely solution to change issues is to not give a rattling,’ she stated. ‘I believe all the ladies I have interaction with are like that and hopefully, by studying about and seeing us, different ladies really feel championed and courageous sufficient to take a number of dangers, no matter their age or physique form.’

Looking good: The presenter completed her look with a pair of gold hoop earrings

Looking good: The presenter accomplished her look with a pair of gold hoop earrings

Honest: It comes after Amanda said she enjoys being 'tooted at' and receiving comments about her appearance – and doesn't care if it is sexist

She said: 'I still want to get wolf whistles in my 70s, and I don't care how sexist that is'

Honest: It comes after Amanda stated she enjoys being ‘tooted at’ and receiving feedback about her look – and does not care whether it is sexist

The radio host added: ‘I’m not a type of ladies that goes, ‘Ooh, I’m in my 50s now, I had higher not put on a knee boot, or a thigh boot or a shocking-pink heel’.’

Amanda beforehand complained about wolf-whistling theatregoers when she performed Princess Fiona in Shrek the Musical in the West End.

‘There’s wolf-whistling by the present,’ she instructed The Sun in 2011. ‘I actually assume, ‘I’m coming down these steps and I’m going to take you out’. People assume they’re hilarious.’

She added: 'I want a builder to give me a little 'oi, oi' when I walk past. I want to be tooted at by men or women when I'm walking the dog!'

She added: ‘I need a builder to provide me a little bit ‘oi, oi’ after I stroll previous. I need to be tooted at by males or ladies when I’m strolling the canine!’

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