Amanda Holden goes braless in a chic mint green dress and light blue jacket when she’s stylishly deviating from Heart FM
She often shows her astonishing sense of style with her work ensembles.
And Amanda Holden rocked yet another trendy look on Thursday, when she went bra-less in a green dress and left her breakfast radio show on Heart FM.
The presenter, 50, was amazed at the coin number that stuck to her youthful figure when she went home from Global Studios in London.
Wow: Amanda Holden rocked yet another trendy look on Thursday, when she went braless in a green dress and left work from her breakfast radio show at Heart FM
Amanda perfectly complimented the pastel-colored dress with a long light blue coat that she wore over her shoulders.
She completed the look with a pair of shiny nude heels and wore huge sunglasses on her face despite the rainy conditions.
Amanda styled her caramel locks in soft waves and looked flawless while accentuating her beauty with a touch of bronzer and nude lipstick.
Amanda also took to her Instagram to show off her outfit alongside stylish Ashley Roberts.
Stunning: The presenter, 50, was amazed at the coin number that stuck to her youthful figure when she went home from Global Studios in London
Style: Amanda perfectly complimented the pastel-colored dress with a long light blue coat that she wore over her shoulders
Pals: Amanda also took to her Instagram to show off her outfit alongside stylish Ashley Roberts
It comes after Amanda got upset on the airwaves talking about her son’s death on Wednesday.
The presenter burst into tears as she honored the nurses who took care of her when her son Theo was stillborn.
On Nurses’ Day in 2021, she reflected on what it was like to lose her child, who tragically died in the womb.
Bad weather: she completed the look with a pair of shiny nude heels and wore huge sunglasses on her face despite the rainy conditions
As co-host Jamie Theakston listened, also visibly upset, Amanda said, “Personally, I’d like to thank the nurses.
‘I know I talk about this a lot. And I never know if I talk about it too much. But when we lost our son Theo to a stillborn, the hospital where I was cared for was of course incredible.
‘Jacki Nash helped me so much, Pippa Nightingale and Natalie Carter.
Glam: Amanda styled her caramel locks in soft waves and looked flawless while accentuating her beauty with a hint of bronzer and nude lipstick
All smiles: Amanda looked cheerful as she went home after her shift at the radio station
And when I came out of a coma, there was a nurse – whose name I never knew – who brushed my tangled, matted hair by lying down for so long – who fed me, washed me and put me in a robe so that if my family came to me, they wouldn’t be worried that I looked like Stig Of The Dump.
“So whoever that was, I don’t know who you are, I’ll be forever grateful.”
Amanda is married to husband Chris Hughes, with whom she shares daughters Lexi, 15, and Hollie, nine.
Brave face: it comes after Amanda got upset on the airwaves talking about her son’s death on Wednesday
However, they lost Theo in 2011, when the family went through the devastating stillbirth.
Amanda had noticed that Theo was no longer inside her when she was seven months pregnant with him and had a caesarean section at West Minister University Hospital.
She has always defended the caregivers who helped her through the tragedy, which she considers to be her low point in life.
If you have been affected by this story, you can contact the Sands charity for stillbirths on 0808 164 3332 or via sands.org.uk.
Difficult: While co-host Jamie Theakston listened, also visibly upset, Amanda said, ‘I personally would like to thank the nurses’
WHAT IS A STILL BIRTH?
Stillbirth occurs when a baby is stillborn after 24 weeks of pregnancy.
If a baby dies before 24 weeks of pregnancy, it is known as miscarriage.
Not all stillbirths can be prevented, but not smoking or drinking, not sleeping on your back, and attending all prenatal appointments can reduce the risk.
What are the signs?
Signs may be that the baby is not moving as much as usual.
Pregnant women should contact their doctor immediately if they notice a difference in their baby’s movement.
What are the causes?
Still births do not always have an obvious cause, but can occur as a result of complications with the placenta or a birth defect.
They are also more common if women have high blood pressure, diabetes or an infection that affects the baby, such as the flu.
Still births are more common when women have twins or multiple pregnancies, are overweight, smoke, are over 35, or have a pre-existing condition such as epilepsy.
What Happens After a Stillbirth?
If a baby has died, women can wait for their labor to start naturally or they can be induced if their health is at risk.
Grief counseling support groups are available for parents who have had a stillborn child.
Some find it helpful to name or take photos with their baby.
Source: NHS choices