Amanda Holden fans had to do a double take after they saw her latest Instagram post – in which she appeared to be chilling out on top of a flower bed. The TV star could be seen wearing a yellow summer dress as she cuddled up next to her dog on a pile of foliage in the unusual photoshoot, with her huge sprawling garden visible in the background.
Comments on the photo, which Amanda Holden shared yesterday (Tuesday, April 5), ranged from telling the TV star she looked “stunning” in the photo, to asking her: “How the hell did you manage to fall in the hedge !! ” One fan even warned Amanda, “when lounging on flowers, watch out for bugs up the bum.”
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“I bet that was comfortable…..” a third person commented, and they weren’t the only one to suggest the seat covered in faux foliage looked “so uncomfortable.” Others lamented the “promotions of faux lawns/foliage,” urging, “We need nature and this kind of stuff is going to kill it off.” While one person simply wondered: “Doesn’t that scratch?”
According to Amanda Holden, though, the leafy seat can’t be that uncomfortable, as she claimed it was her “pick of the month” in the post, which was promoting the product from QVC. “My wall of fame!” wrote the TV star, adding: ” #Bundleberry makes pick of the month on @qvcuk In red or white anthurium blooms, intertwined with vibrant faux grass, orchid, leaf and fern foliage x”
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