Amanda Holden enjoyed a lavish boat ride with her daughters Lexi and Hollie this week.

The 52-year-old Britain’s Got Talent judge made sure to share an enviable photo of herself and her daughters’ time on the water, sweetly captioning her post: ‘Me and my girls.’

Sitting at the front of a boat as the sun set behind them, mum-of-two Amanda looked typically fabulous in a chic gold dress while 11-year-old Hollie and big sister Lexi, 17, were no doubt having the times of their lives as they enjoyed an upmarket evening out in Greece.

Amanda revealed in separate snaps that the family had visited Corfu’s The White House, a chic restaurant followed on Instagram by the likes of Louise Thompson and Binky Felstead.

The star shares her girls with her record producer husband Chris Hughes.

Amanda’s latest upload comes after she stripped naked in a promotional trailer for her new programme, Sex: A Bonkers History.

During an early clip from the show, she was made up to look like Cleopatra using a dark wig adorned with gold embellishments and heavy eye makeup.

Resting in a bathtub while delivering a history lesson on the Egyptian queen, Amanda said: ‘Every sexual relationship was about gaining a strategic advance because, underneath that full face of makeup, which was actually made of crocodile dung, she was an intellectual heavyweight.’

‘On the whole, history has been written by men so sorry Cleopatra, despite all your accomplishments, your savvy political manoeuvring, and incredible intellect you’ll forever be remembered as the woman who bonked her way to the top,’ the doting mum added.

The educational programme will abe hosted by historian Dan Jones, who will ensure we all learn as much as possible about the sexual antics of our ancestors.

Speaking ahead of the show Amanda said: ‘Believe me when I say our generation knows nothing about sex compared to the debauched antics of our ancestors.’

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