Amanda Holden shared a smoldering shot of herself chilling in her garden in a bikini before enjoying a camper van date night with her husband.

The Britain's Got Talent judge, 49, has been making the most of the sunny weather this weekend by spending time in her garden.

She shared a sizzling shot showing her sipping on a drink in a white bikini, before revealing she was enjoying an extra special date night with her partner Chris Hughes.

Amanda uploaded a picture taken by one of her daughters showing the couple crammed into the vehicle parked on their driveway which had been set up for a dinner date.

She credited her girls with organising the romantic evening for their frazzled mum and dad.

Amanda wrote: "So tonight was the first time Chris had dinner out (in the campervan in the driveway)!

"Our beautiful girls decorated it and @thelittleindiankitchen provided the most delicious takeaway #datenight."

Amanda and Chris camp it up after hearing some great news

They are sure to have been toasting the success of her charity single Over The Rainbow, which is on course to raise big money for NHS charities.

Promoting single Over The Rainbow has kept her busy with the Heart presenter determined to make as much money as she can.

She has good reason to - Amanda insists she wouldn't be here if it wasn't for the fearless NHS staff who saved her life when giving birth to daughter Hollie went horribly wrong.

She was sizzling in the sun a few hours earlier

The Britain's Got Talent's judge ran into trouble back in 2012 as she haemorrhaged after going into labour.

She also opened up about how the staff helped her come to terms with the stillbirth of son Theo.

"I owe the NHS my life, without being too dramatic," she said last week.

"When I gave birth to Holly, my 8-year-old daughter who I know is listening, she was an emergency and I haemorrhaged, basically.

The single was inspired by a very personal trauma

"I actually did pass away for 40 seconds and then I went into a coma but the NHS were there holding my hand and my husband's hand who - I feel sorry for him to be honest, he went through it watching it all!

"My sister had a car crash three years ago and experienced a brain injury, she's fully recovered but they were there for that.

"Then of course it's been well documented that Chris and I had a child, a little boy called Theo who was born sleeping at an NHS hospital and again, they were incredible to us, we couldn't have gotten through without them."