Amanda Holden is known for her sizzling Instagram outings and she didn't disappoint with her latest offering.

The Britain's Got Talent judge posed up a storm today in a pair of black leather trousers which accentuated her stunning pins.

Amanda paired her trousers with a striking emerald green top and a pair of black heels as she allowed her blonde locks to fall to her shoulders.

She also accentuated her pretty features with a dusting of makeup and pink lipstick.

Amanda also shared a throwback snap of herself today strolling along the shore, looking out to the ocean.

The Britain's Got Talent judge posed up a storm in a pair of black leather trousers which accentuated her stunning pins

The mum-of-two could be seen soaking in the sunshine in a teal triangle bikini, on the jaunt abroad, her skin bronzed and glowing.

Amanda paired the cossie with a tropical-print kaftan slung over her shoulders, carrying a straw beach hat in one hand.

Amanda confessed she’d recently axed her plans to travel.

The mum-of-two could be seen soaking in the sunshine in a teal triangle bikini

The singer explained: “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.”

Amanda went on to criticise the government’s handling of the Covid pandemic, pointing out testing for those arriving in the UK was only brought in recently.

She went on: “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.”

Amanda criticised the government’s handling of the Covid pandemic

Amanda also praised the nation for their resilience in following Covid guidelines and staying strong throughout the pandemic, highlighting the sacrifices that had been made.

She said people had so much "goodwill and respect for each other" and "joined together and marched on through this".

She added: "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?!!”