Amanda Holden and her daughter Hollie, 11, lit up the pink carpet at the London premiere of the hotly-anticipated Barbie film last night.
It’s rare Amanda appears with Hollie, as she’s previously been accompanied on the red – or in this case pink – carpet with daughter Alexa, 17.
But it appears the pair couldn’t resist a mother-daughter outing as all the stars flocked to Leicester Square to get the first glimpse of Greta Gerwig’s pink extraordinaire, starring Margot Robbie as the titular doll and Ryan Gosling as Ken.
Margot stunned in an extremely dramatic replica of a classic 1960s Barbie gown, finished with ruffles, huge pearl beads, and a mighty splash of baby pink.
Ryan – who is taking his role very seriously indeed – posed in a baby blue suit, and a largely unbuttoned shirt.
But Amanda naturally stole the show in a tight-fitting fuchsia mini-dress with some serious power shoulder pads, epic gloves, and fabulous skimpy heels.
Daughter Hollie wore a lovely two-piece pink and white patterned co-ord, and an incredibly cute handbag to finish the look.
Singer Sam Smith also made an appearance and looked unusually casual in a massive baggy jumper and jean combo.
Dua Lipa, who along with Sam is also featured on the soundtrack, shone in a majestic mermaid-like strappy dress, and the most fabulous necklace, like, ever.
Pink carpet interviewer Amelia Dimoldenberg looked the part as she styled herselfto perfection on an iconic doll look.
Meanwhile, Ncuti Gatwa looked incredible in some glittery shorts and a unique white cut-out top.
The Barbie film is out on July 21, and it’s safe to say everyone – and especially London – is super hyped.
The London premiere appearance comes days after the Heart Breakfast presenter admitted she was left in tears as Hollie crossed a major milestone.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge said she was ‘a bit depressed’ after picking Hollie up from her prep school for the last time.
Chatting to co-host Jamie Theakston on her radio show, Amanda began: ‘I’m not gonna lie. I feel a bit depressed today.’
She continued: ‘I think there might be lots of mummy and daddies that feel like me today.
‘I went down to the prep gate of my daughter’s school yesterday to watch her and all her little friends who she’s been at that school with since she was four leave.
‘They all came out of the gates, all in tears… except my daughter.
‘It was like, “I don’t know why everyone’s crying, mummy, we’re gonna see them in year seven in the mix school“.
‘And I’m like, “it’s an end of an era“.’
Amanda and husband Chris Hughes share two children together, Hollie and Alexa.
While Hollie got to enjoy the Barbie premiere, Amanda took Alexa to watch a spot of tennis at Wimbledon.
Not a bad week…
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