Amanda Holden exudes daytime glamour in leather dress as she leaves Heart FM after work

Amanda Holden exudes daytime glamour in a burgundy leather dress and thigh-high boots as she leaves Heart FM after work

She boasts an eye-catching work wardrobe that most women can only dream of.

And Amanda Holden commanded attention once again as she left Heart FM studios after hosting the station’s breakfast show on Tuesday morning.

The presenter, 49, brought signature glamour to the streets of central London as she slipped into a burgundy leather dress by Leloine, teamed with a pair of matching Reiss boots.

Looking good: Amanda Holden commanded attention once again as she left Heart FM studios after hosting the station’s breakfast show on Tuesday morning

Ensuring all eyes were on her, the Britain’s Got Talent judge tied in her statement ensemble with a cream turtleneck top by & Other Stories.

The former Wild At Heart actress only elevated her look with her choice of outerwear, which featured square-framed shades and a maroon coat draped across her shoulders.

With her tresses worn in a straight fashion, Amanda accentuated her youthful-looking complexion with neutral-toned make-up. 

Working it: The presenter, 49, brought signature glamour to the streets of central London as she slipped into a burgundy leather dress by Leloine, teamed with a pair of Reiss boots

Working it: The presenter, 49, brought signature glamour to the streets of central London as she slipped into a burgundy leather dress by Leloine, teamed with a pair of Reiss boots

Keeping warm: Ensuring all eyes were on her, the Britain's Got Talent judge tied in her statement ensemble with a cream turtleneck top by & Other Stories Impressive: She boasts an eye-catching work wardrobe that most women can only dream of

Keeping warm: Ensuring all eyes were on her, the Britain’s Got Talent judge tied in her statement ensemble with a cream turtleneck top by & Other Stories

Wow: The former Wild At Heart actress only elevated her look with her choice of outerwear, which featured square-framed shades and a maroon coat draped across her shoulders

Wow: The former Wild At Heart actress only elevated her look with her choice of outerwear, which featured square-framed shades and a maroon coat draped across her shoulders

Radiant: Amanda accentuated her youthful-looking complexion with neutral-toned make-up Sleek: The TV and radio star wore her tresses in a straight fashion

Radiant: With her tresses worn in a straight fashion, Amanda accentuated her youthful-looking complexion with neutral-toned make-up

The TV and radio star has been busy filming a new project after the Britain’s Got Talent live final last month. 

It was recently reported that Amanda and her fellow judge Alesha Dixon have allegedly been drawn into a gender pay gap dispute as Simon Cowell and David Walliams are said to be earning more than double their salary. 

The pair were believed to be unhappy with the difference in their wages, with a source telling MailOnline it is ‘shocking’ that this is the case.

An industry source hit out: ‘In 2020 all judges should be on equal pay. After 14 years of service by Amanda and 8 years of service by Alesha it’s shocking that both girls are paid less than David. Why, because he’s a man?’

According to a report from The Sun, the musician – who took on the role of Head Judge in Simon’s absence during the recent series – bags around £700,000 while former Mis-Teeq star Alesha, 42, reportedly makes £450,000. 

A source speaking to the publication claimed music mogul Simon, 61, was unaware his wage was so much higher than his fellow judges and insisted everyone feels he ‘deserves’ the fee.  

MailOnline contacted representatives for Amanda, Alesha, Simon, and David for comment, and also approached Britain’s Got Talent spokespeople at the time. 

On top of the world: The media personality posed up a storm as she laid across a desk in her office which looked out to the English city

On top of the world: The media personality posed up a storm as she laid across a desk in her office which looked out to the English city