Amanda Holden puts on a leggy display in a turquoise tuxedo dress

Amanda Holden puts on a leggy display in a turquoise tuxedo dress as she returns to work after covering The Queue at Westminster Hall

She spent last week as a roving reporter, chatting to the public as they waited hours to see the Queen lying in state at Westminster Hall.

And as Amanda Holden returned to the office, she was seen looking glamorous in a form-fitting turquoise tuxedo dress, which was buttoned down the front.

The TV and radio presenter, 51, put on a leggy display in the thigh-grazing garment, which she teamed with a pair of black stilettos.

Wow! Amanda Holden returned to the office, she was seen looking glamorous in a form-fitting turquoise tuxedo dress, which was buttoned down the front

Wow! Amanda Holden returned to the office, she was seen looking glamorous in a form-fitting turquoise tuxedo dress, which was buttoned down the front

Amanda wore a black bag with a gold chain strap over her shoulder and further accessorised with a selection of delicate necklaces and a sunglasses.

The mother of two wore her honey blonde locks loose in a blown out style and opted for a full face of make-up with a slick of lipstick. 

Amanda made her way to Westminster Hall on Friday to chat to members of the public who were queuing to view the Queen’s coffin, following Her Majesty’s death on Thursday September 8 in Balmoral, Scotland.

Dazzling: The TV and radio presenter, 51, put on a leggy display in the thigh-grazing garment, which she teamed with a pair of black stilettos

Dazzling: The TV and radio presenter, 51, put on a leggy display in the thigh-grazing garment, which she teamed with a pair of black stilettos

Details: Amanda wore a black bag with a gold chain strap over her shoulder and further accessorised with a selection of delicate necklaces and a sunglasses

Pretty: The mother of two wore her honey blonde locks loose in a blown out style and opted for a full face of make-up with a slick of lipstick

Details: Amanda wore a black bag with a gold chain strap over her shoulder and further accessorised with a selection of delicate necklaces and a sunglasses

The presenter swapped the radio studio for the crowds of sombre Brits for the news show.

Sharing clips from her visit to Instagram, the TV personality penned that there were ‘Friendships forged forever in shared grief’ among the crowds.

Sharing a video to her 1.8M followers as she looked out, the star wrote: ‘My privilege to talk to some of you queuing and coming out of Westminster Hall this morning. The atmosphere and camaraderie was incredible .. friendships forged forever in shared grief ..’

Elegant: Amanda strutted down the street on the way to Global Studios

Elegant: Amanda strutted down the street on the way to Global Studios

All smiles! Amanda flashed a beaming smile as she made her way through Leicester Square

All smiles! Amanda flashed a beaming smile as she made her way through Leicester Square

All smiles! Amanda flashed a beaming smile as she made her way through Leicester Square

And chatting to the public,  one member of the queue admitted to waiting around ten hours overnight, with Amanda then questioning: ‘Oh my goodness, so you’ve made friends with all these people?’

‘All the way along, they’ve kept everyone going and we’ve kept each other going all the way through, we’d be lost without each other today,’ responded the interviewee.

Describing the atmosphere, Amanda shared: ‘It’s quite sombre and emotional if I’m honest and they all say the same thing – that it was an incredible experience and that the silence is just beautiful.’

'Friendships forged forever in shared grief': Amanda took to Westminster Hall on Friday as she chatted to crowds who were waiting hours to view the Queen's coffin

‘Friendships forged forever in shared grief’: Amanda took to Westminster Hall on Friday as she chatted to crowds who were waiting hours to view the Queen’s coffin

Shared grief: Sharing a video to her 1.8M followers as she looked out, the star wrote: 'My privilege to talk to some of you queuing and coming out of Westminster Hall this morning. The atmosphere and camaraderie was incredible .. friendships forged forever in shared grief ...

Shared grief: Sharing a video to her 1.8M followers as she looked out, the star wrote: ‘My privilege to talk to some of you queuing and coming out of Westminster Hall this morning. The atmosphere and camaraderie was incredible .. friendships forged forever in shared grief …

And chatting to the public,  one member of the queue admitted to waiting around ten hours overnight, with Amanda then questioning: ‘Oh my goodness, so you’ve made friends with all these people?’

‘All the way along, they’ve kept everyone going and we’ve kept each other going all the way through, we’d be lost without each other today,’ responded the interviewee.

Describing the atmosphere, Amanda shared: ‘It’s quite sombre and emotional if I’m honest and they all say the same thing – that it was an incredible experience and that the silence is just beautiful.’

Amanda also posted a family photo on Instagram Stories on Sunday as she and her family paid tribute to the Queen in Windsor. 

The Heart FM radio presenter had taken her two children Alexa, 16, and Hollie, 10, her mother, Judith Mary Harrison, 72, and step-father, Leslie Collistor, 75, to lay flowers a day before the Monarch is laid to rest on Monday.

The family resemblance was clear to see with Amanda looking just like her beautiful mother.

Genes: Amanda, 51, (centre) shared picture of her lookalike mother Judith, 72, (second from left) as the family paid their respects to the Queen alongside well-wishers at Windsor

Genes: Amanda, 51, (centre) shared picture of her lookalike mother Judith, 72, (second from left) as the family paid their respects to the Queen alongside well-wishers at Windsor

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