Amanda Holden looks stylish in leather leggings and a Beatles slogan jumper as she leaves Heart Radio on her trusty scooter after breaking her leg

She broke her leg in two places after trying to keep up with her youngest daughter Hollie while on an assault course last month. 

But Amanda Holden didn't let the injury set her back as she left Heart Radios on Monday via a scooter after presenting her breakfast show. 

Despite having one foot in a cast, the presenter, 48, looked effortlessly stylish in leather leggings and a black Beatles slogan Abbey Road jumper. 

Speedy: Amanda Holden didn't let her broken leg set her back as she left Heart Radios on Monday via a scooter after presenting her breakfast show

Speedy: Amanda Holden didn't let her broken leg set her back as she left Heart Radios on Monday via a scooter after presenting her breakfast show

While her broken leg was wrapped up in the protective cast, Amanda opted to wear a chunky military boot on the other foot. 

She wore her blonde locks in a sleek straight look and accessorised her chic outfit with brown tinted aviators and a rucksack. 

Amanda appeared in high spirits and giggled raucously as she whizzed through London on the scooter.    

Chic: Despite having one foot in a cast, the presenter, 48, looked effortlessly stylish in leather leggings and a black Beatles slogan Abbey Road jumper

Chic: Despite having one foot in a cast, the presenter, 48, looked effortlessly stylish in leather leggings and a black Beatles slogan Abbey Road jumper

Amanda broke her leg while 'showing off' on a children's sea assault course on a family holiday to Cyprus with her husband Chris Hughes and youngest daughter Hollie. 

She told her daughter Hollie, seven, she would go on the course with her, before slipping and breaking her fibia in two places.

On her return to work last month, she said: 'It was like an inflatable assault course, like Wipe Out, my eldest daughter [Alexa, 13] was on a school trip so Hollie was with me and Chris and she was desperate to get on this thing.' 

Style statement: While her broken leg was wrapped up in the protective cast, Amanda opted to wear a chunky military boot on the other foot

Style statement: While her broken leg was wrapped up in the protective cast, Amanda opted to wear a chunky military boot on the other foot

Stylish display: She wore her blonde locks in a sleek straight look
Casually-cool: The BGT judge accessorised her chic outfit with brown tinted aviators and a Louis Vuitton rucksack

Stylish display: She wore her blonde locks in a sleek straight look and accessorised her chic outfit with brown tinted aviators and a Louis Vuitton rucksack

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Seeing the funny side: Amanda appeared in high spirits and giggled raucously as she whizzed through London on the scooter

Seeing the funny side: Amanda appeared in high spirits and giggled raucously as she whizzed through London on the scooter

Admitting she had to step in as the more athletic parent on the trip, she added: 'If you've seen my husband's hair, it's fabulous, so he didn't want to get his hair ruined, so he was standing on the side.

'So I said I won't read my book, I'll try and be a good mother. So I ended up going on the assault course and went round and round on my hands and knees like geriatric I am.

'There were some kids who bashed into Hollie and so I said, ''Excuse me, you can't do that on this'' while looking around for their parents. 

Oops: Amanda broke her leg while 'showing off' on a children's sea assault course on a family holiday to Cyprus with her husband Chris Hughes and youngest daughter Hollie

Oops: Amanda broke her leg while 'showing off' on a children's sea assault course on a family holiday to Cyprus with her husband Chris Hughes and youngest daughter Hollie

'Hollie was upset, so I raised my voice to these little gits. Hollie swam off, so I had to follow her, and there were these three stepping stones that I crawled over.'

Sharing the moment she broke her leg, the TV star added: 'I ran on them really quick, made it, and then I got to the inflatable platform, but fell and twisted my leg back on itself, and fell back into the sea.

'I'd never broken anything in my life, it felt like a shift. I've pulled tendons before so it felt like that but a bit worse. In the leg, I felt sick. I swam back one-legged while swearing and trying to wave at Chris.'

Amanda insisted she has experienced worse things in life, explaining: 'I had to be put under a general [anaesthetic]... They've put a metal plate [into my leg] which is the best way to heal it because I'm very impatient.

'There's a cast which they moulded just under my leg, so I can lift my leg in and out of it, so it's hard underneath but soft on the top. I'm in full glam and a lash, things aren't that bad! I feel like a one-legged dog.'

Painful: Amanda told her daughter Hollie, seven, she would go on the course with her, before slipping and breaking her fibia in two places

Painful: Amanda told her daughter Hollie, seven, she would go on the course with her, before slipping and breaking her fibia in two places 

 

Amanda Holden looks stylish in leather leggings and a Beatles slogan jumper

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