Amanda Holden takes her stylish lookalike daughter Hollie to work

Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden looked stylish as she arrived to work at Heart FM in London's Leicester Square on Friday morning – and she brought her youngest daughter along for the day.

The TV personality, 51, skipped Thursday night's National Television Awards, despite Britain's Got Talent receiving a nomination for Best Talent Show.

The ITV programme ultimately lost out on the gong, with the BBC's Strictly Come Dancing being crowned winner for the seventh year in a row.

While her absence may have confused some viewers, Amanda has since revealed she had good reason to miss this awards ceremony, as she was filming a top secret TV series for Sky.

Speaking to MailOnline, the I Can See Your Voice panellist said: "I've just started filming a brand new series for Sky, which is going to be a lot of fun and it maybe slightly controversial!"

She also revealed that filming for the series began on Thursday evening, clashing with this year's NTAs and making her unable to attend.

While she may have been up late filming this top-secret project the TV star was all smiles as she arrived at work with her daughter Hollie in tow.

Amanda put on a stylish display as she made her way across Leicester Square, donning a black blouse with daisy-shaped crystal buttons from LK Bennett, which she teamed with a sleek pair of fitted trousers.

The fashionista completed her look with a dark military style coat, which she draped over he shoulders, a black leather tote bag, and a pair of oversized black sunglasses.

Ten year old Hollie sported a long-sleeved denim mini dress and off-white pair of Western boots.

The fashionable duo held hands as they were photographed outside the radio studios, where Amanda co-hosts the Heart Breakfast radio show every weekday.

Amanda is also mum to Alexa, 16. She shares both children with her music producer husband Chris Hughes.

Amanda is set to appear as a judge in BGT spin-off show Britain’s Got Talent: The Ultimate Magician.

The two-hour special, which was filmed this week, will see ten of the world's best magicians compete for a £50,000 prize fund.

Alesha Dixon and David Walliams will join Amanda as the trio return to their judge's chairs. Simon Cowell, however has other commitments and is being replaced by guest judge and legendary magician Penn Jillette.

Presenting duo Ant and Dec have also been forced to pull out of the show, both having contracted Covid-19, and will be replaced by Stephen Mulhern.


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