Amanda Holden looks chic in a lemon leather midi dress and tortoiseshell sunglasses as she commutes to work at Heart FM
She always looks stylish when she goes to work.
And Amanda Holden didn’t fail to bring the glam as she headed to Heart FM Studios in London on Wednesday.
The 50-year-old TV and radio star was the epitome of chic as she stepped out in a knee-length lemon leather dress and glamorous tortoiseshell sunglasses.
Stunning: Amanda Holden was the epitome of chic as she walked to Heart FM Studios on Tuesday in a knee-length lemon dress and glamorous tortoiseshell sunglasses
Amanda showcased her toned arms in the sleeveless midi dress which featured belt panels at the waist and two chest pockets.
She stepped out in a stylish pair of beige pumps and packed a white clutch with all of her essentials for the day ahead.
The Britain’s Got Talent presenter swept her caramel hair into a sleek ponytail for a half-up half-down look and accentuated her features with a subtle pink lipstick.
Amanda completed her ensemble with a thin gold bangle and a pair of trendy earrings as she confidently headed for her breakfast.
Physical: Amanda showcased her toned arms in the sleeveless midi dress which featured belt panels at the waist and two chest pockets
The exit comes after Amanda recently revealed that she could no longer feel her face after having her wisdom teeth removed four years ago.
” I feel nothing ! She told the Mirror on Monday, speaking of the procedure which left her with seemingly permanent side effects.
“I don’t feel anything from here to here,” Amanda told the publication, referring to the left side of her lower lip and jawbone, after having the four wisdom teeth extracted.
Gorgeous: The Britain’s Got Talent presenter swept her caramel braids into a sleek ponytail for a mid-high half-down look and accentuated her features with a subtle pink lipstick
The NHS lists mild pain and bruising that can last up to 2 weeks as side effects, as well as complications such as dry socket, nerve damage, infections, swelling and bleeding.
But Amanda appears to be one of 200 patients with permanent sequelae.
“The numbness is on the side of the tooth that has turned very easily. I had scans of it and they showed the nerve was not damaged, so they think the feeling may come back. But it’s been over 18 months now, so I’m not sure it will be to be honest. It’s weird but you get used to it, ”she explained.
She also explained, “I have TMJ. I don’t even know what that means, but it’s something to do with your jawbone and I have it.
Flawless: Amanda completed her ensemble with a slim gold bangle and a pair of trendy swirl earrings as she confidently walked to her breakfast show
“Most of the people who have it cringe, but I don’t. Instead, I have a habit of doing something that means I subconsciously strain a muscle in my neck and it gives me headaches at least once a week.
“It has become like breathing and blinking – it’s a reflex and I do it automatically, without even thinking about it. I do it even when I’m getting a massage.
TMJ stands for Temporomandibular Joint Disorder and is often a symptom of stress.
” I feel nothing ! The exit comes after Amanda recently revealed that she could no longer feel her face after having had her wisdom teeth removed four years ago.