Amanda Holden dyes daughter's hair pink during coronavirus lockdown

Julia Hunt
Amanda Holden attends the Pride of Britain Awards 2018 in London (Mike Marsland/Mike Marsland/WireImage)

Amanda Holden passed some time in lockdown by dyeing her daughter’s hair pink.

The Britain’s Got Talent host, 49, shared a video on Instagram showing eight-year-old Hollie undergoing the transformation.

The video, which has since been taken down, showed a box of pale pink hair dye alongside a doll and a jar of Vaseline petroleum jelly.

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It was captioned: "#HRH has got #Pink #locks #down #fun #temporary #wecandothis wait till the pics at end @schwarzkopfprouk.”

As the clip started, fans saw the star’s daughter sitting waiting for her makeover.

Holden applied the colour then the pair headed off to rinse it out before revealing Hollie’s new pink-streaked hair.

Amanda Holden dyed her daughter's hair pink

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Holden has been keeping things glamorous during the coronavirus lockdown.

The TV star is at home with her husband Chris Hughes and their daughters – Hollie and 14-year-old Alexa.

But she has not let the restrictions get in the way of her getting glammed up.

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She recently hosted one of her Heart Radio shows at home in a pair of silky pink PJs, and earlier this week shared a hilarious picture of herself putting out the bins in a long, form-fitting pink evening gown.

“Wheelie wanted to dress up tonight!” she quipped.

Holden also dressed up for a girls’ night catch up on video-calling app Zoom.   

Sharing a picture of herself in a short, tight gold dress and clutching a bottle of bubbly, she quipped: “No need to drop standards.”