The presenter, who has has been on the Britain’s Got Talent panel since the beginning, mostly remains coy about her private life, while only sharing rare glimpses on her Twitter and Instagram pages.
The 47-year-old instead causes a stir with her eye-popping outfits and bikini-clad uploads after first finding fame back in the early 1990s.
Is Amanda Holden married?
The former EastEnders actress has walked down the aisle twice, most recently in 2008.
The blonde beauty tied the knot with record producer Chris Hughes at Somerset’s Babington House two decades ago on December 10.
Former Formula One racing driver David Coulthard acted as best man for the groom while Amanda had hair and make-up artist, Jessica Taylor, and The Bill’s Jane Wall as bridesmaids.
Their first dance was Boyzone’s Better and Britain’s Got Talent performers Escala performed Sigur Ros’s Hoppipolla at the ceremony.
Their big day came almost three years after they welcomed their first child Alexa, now 12, who stole the show in a dress themed around her mother’s gown.
The couple suffered tragedy when their son Theo was stillborn in 2011, something she recently opened up about while praising the treatment she received from the NHS.
Amanda and Chris went on to have a second little girl, Hollie, now six, the year after but the star had serious complications.
The pair originally met in 2004 in Los Angeles following Amanda’s first marriage to fellow television star Les Dennis.
They had wed in June 1995 and separated in 2002, after it emerged that she’d had an affair with Neil Morrissey.
Speaking of what happened after her divorce, Amanda told Good Housekeeping: “I feel like it was my fault – I was the one who was married.
“Our relationship continued longer than it would have done had we not been so in the public eye, because we had no one else to turn to.”
They originally met while shooting BBC drama Happy Birthday Shakespeare.
Who is Chris Hughes?
Amanda’s spouse is a music producer and former drummer, guitarist and keyboard player for Adam and the Ants.
He worked as a producer on Tears for Fears’ Songs from the Big Chair and co-wrote Everybody Wants to Rule the World.
Born in London, Chris previously won Music Week’s Producer of the Year and was also a member of Dalek I Love You.
Britain’s Got Talent continues on ITV tonight at 7.30pm.