Amanda Holden says she’s ‘enjoying’ lockdown with 5am starts, family meals and daily runs – The Sun

AMANDA Holden has given fans a glimpse into her lockdown life and admitted she's actually enjoying it.

Amanda, 49, is isolating at home with her husband Chris Hughes and their two daughters, Lexi and Hollie, during the global coronavirus pandemic.

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The blonde star is still working as a presenter on Heart FM so she's still got some normality in her life.

Speaking to Woman's Own magazine, Amanda said: "It's a difficult and worrying time for a lot of families, especially on the work front.

"In all honesty, I'm quite enjoying spending time with my family. It's making me take a step back and appreciate everything."

The Britain's Got Talent judge continued: "I've never taken anything for granted, but love the fact it's just the four of us in one house. Our house is always so busy and full of other people."

Revealing how she's passing the time, Amanda explained: "I'm cooking, I'm running every day, and I've been FaceTiming and contacting family and friends way more than I'd normally have time for.

"I'm trying to appreciate the circumstances. Of course, I'm very lucky to still be working."

And it seems she's not even taking the opportunity to enjoy a lay in, as she added: "I get up at 5.15am every day and honesty don't think that's bad.

"I'm quite bright and chirpy in the mornings and survive on six or seven hours sleep, so it's all working out very well."

Amanda's comments come after she shared a video of herself mowing the lawn wearing her wedding dress and a tiara.

The TV star flicked her hair in slow motion as she pushed the mower across her lawn with a smile on her face, while Billy Idol's White Wedding sound-tracked the Instagram video.

She gave a glimpse of her leg as she showed off her wellies, and she sprayed flowers with a hose.

The star wrote: "Nice day for a good mowing! ☀️ Hope it puts a smile on your face. Why not join me… post a video of an unusual thing you can do in a wedding dress."

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