AMANDA Holden has not let the winter cold stop her from keeping fit, going for a run in nothing but a sports crop and leggings.
The Heart Breakfast radio presenter, 49, braved the freezing weather in a striking blue matching bralette and sports tights set worth £140 from Reiss.
She topped off the look with a baseball cap emblazoned with the Mercedes Benz logo and rose gold wireless headphones.
Amanda posed with her hands on her hips, smiling to the camera as she showed off how she keeps her enviable body so toned
"Running to keep happy as happy as well as healthy," the mum-of-two captioned the Instagram post.
Amanda has been busy sharing motivational posts with her followers as they endure a third national lockdown.
The BGT presenter also took to Instagram to share a hilarious snap of herself in a chic leather outfit standing on a sunny beach.
Amanda brought a smile to her everyone's face with the post considering the whole of the UK are currently in their third lockdown – with all of us only being allowed to leave the house for essential journeys and exercise.
She told her 1.6 million followers: "Remember the sky is ALWAYS blue. Clouds are just temporary."
It's pretty clear that Amanda is mentally on a beach somewhere else in the world after she shared an incredible throwback bikini pic just last week.
Alongside the snap she made a hard-hitting point about people pouring into the UK without coronavirus tests.
Many of our favourite celebrities have come under scrutiny in recent weeks after the likes of Chloe Ferry, Josh Ritchie and Amber Gill jetted off to places like Dubai to escape the current coronavirus restrictions in the UK.
However, Amanda made her views on the matter very clear in the caption.
Amanda told fans: "I cancelled my holiday on #BoxingDay… it was hard. But I was flying with a negative test and everything was in place for a safe holiday with my family.
"WHY THEN, ARE THE UK ONLY JUST making the decision to test for Covid for people coming into our country??
"We’ve all sacrificed so much in different ways… most of us have been responsible. Had so much good will and respect for each other.
"Joined together and marched on through this… it’s made me seethe this morning hearing it on the news – the senseless year of neglect of Government rules at our borders.
"Other countries have done it before us. Why has it taken us so long? No one seems to have an answer… or be questioning it?!!
"Surely this could have prevented the increase of the spread?!!!"
She signed off, saying: "#Staysafe and try and keep patient and calm despite the lack of common sense being afforded to us."
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