Amanda Holden sends fans wild with unseen snaps of lookalike daughter Hollie

Amanda Holden sends fans wild with unseen snaps of lookalike daughter Hollie


Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda Holden has taken her Instagram fans on a trip down memory lane to celebrate her youngest child's birthday.

Amanda, 49, took to her Instagram Story on Sunday to share unseen throwback snaps of her family.

In one cute picture, Hollie is seen smiling with a bright red mocktail.

Amanda wrote alongside the snap: "Our rainbow is 9 today. We love love love you #HRH our sassy, hilarious charming little fairy."

The star also shared pictures of Hollie and her other daughter Lexi, who turned 15 earlier last week and reflected about how they are getting older.

She wrote: "My babies are growing up #sisters", alongside a heart emoji.

Amanda also shared several other cute snaps showing Hollie as a baby with Lexi, as well as more recent family snaps with her daughters.

Amanda also gushed over Lexi when it was her birthday, writing: "I cannot believe our baby is 15 today. Mummy and Daddy love you so much Lexi’ -you kind ,funny ,hardworking girl. We couldn’t be more proud …"

Amanda's celeb pals such as Alesha Dixon, Keith Lemon, and Tamzin Outhwaite rushed to the comment section to send Lexi birthday wishes.

Some fans commented on how Amanda bears a striking resemblance to her daughter.

One wrote: "The Apple doesn't fall far from the tree. Like her mother."

Another said: "Happy birthday Lexi, Enjoy your special day. Beautiful Daughter just like her Beautiful Mum."

Amanda told last month how she wishes to spend more time with her family as she "really appreciates" them.

During an interview about Britain's Got Talent, Amanda revealed that she wants to spend more time with her family as lockdown has made her reflect while being with her children.

When asked if family time feels more poignant amid the coronavirus pandemic in 2020, Amanda replied: "Yeah. I think that's one of the best things to come out of this year, is being able to reflect and be with the children and have that kind of time where I don't have to hurry things along, and just really appreciate my gorgeous family.

"They're the most important people in the world. It's not that I've learnt that lesson this year because I always knew it, but to just be able to have that time and put things aside that just aren’t important and give my all to them, has been joyous and it does make me think about how I am moving forward.

"It is a busy year for me next year, but I'm very mindful of the time that I want to spend with my family. I will say no a bit more, is what I'm going do.

"That’s what I’ve learned this year, and what I will take with me into 2021."

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