Amanda Holden cooked family dinner naked making the prep ‘more interesting’
Move over Jamie Oliver, there is a new Naked Chef in town.
Britain's Got Talent babe Amanda Holden has revealed she once cooked a family roast dinner totally in the buff.
The Heart Radio breakfast host claimed that despite preparing the meal in the nude, none of her family noticed.
Hinting she regularly goes without clothes, Amanda adds that "they are used to it".
The cheeky star, 50, said: "Oh, no one noticed.
"It's absolutely par for the course for me to be walking around with no clothes on in our house.
"I was quite literally the Naked Chef. I got out of the shower, realised I was running late to get everything on the table so I didn't bother to get dressed."
She brazenly added to You magazine: "I just raced downstairs, got the potatoes on, the meat in the oven and my veggie option.
"It definitely made it more interesting."
Amanda recently broke her silence after her friend Piers Morgan sensationally quit Good Morning Britain amid a row over Meghan Markle.
The former newspaper editor slammed the actress turned Duchess of Sussex for sitting down with US TV legend Oprah.
He insisted that he didn't believe a word she said.
As Ofcom complaints piled up, including one from Meghan herself, Piers was dragged into a meeting with ITV bosses and asked to apologise.
He refused and promptly quit on the spot.
Taking to Instagram as debate about his decision, Amanda said: "We've both been described as #marmite in our time.
"I don't always share the same opinions as him but my goodness he's a good and loyal friend #alwaysthereforeachother."
Piers later added via Instagram: "On Monday, I said I didn’t believe Meghan Markle in her Oprah interview.
"I’ve had time to reflect on this opinion, and I still don’t. If you did, that’s OK. Freedom of speech is a hill I’m happy to die on.
"Thanks for all the love, and hate. I’m off to spend more time with my opinions."
Piers is said to now be at the centre of a bidding war with other broadcasters keen to sign him up.
Since leaving GMB, ITV has seen its market value shed £200 million in just a few days.
They also recorded 500,000 fewer viewers last week.
- Amanda Holden
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