Amanda Holden poses in pink pencil skirt in her empty office at radio job

AMANDA Holden posed in a pink pencil skirt in her empty office at her radio job.

The DJ, stunned in her latest snap on Instagram as she turned up for her job at Heart Radio.

Amanda wore a pink pencil skirt complete with a black long-sleeved shirt, boasting pink frills at the collar.

The office is completely empty while Amanda pretends to tap on an Apple keyboard.

She captioned the pic: "Tap tap tap"

Fans went wild for the pic, with one person saying: "Actually I’m on the lookout for a new secretary 😉😜😂😍😍"

Another added: "Oh stoppit!! 😍😍😍😍"

A third remarked: "You'd be the reason I'd go to work for any day 😍🔥"

Last week, Amanda had the heat turned down last week when her husband sent audio of her snoring to Heart Breakfast.

The 50-year-old declared "I'm going to kill him" when she realised her other half Chris Hughes' had been plotting with Jamie Theakston to reveal her sleeping habits.

Jamie, 50, began: "It’s always nice to hear from your husband Chris.

So, he has messaged me on the show this morning. You wanna hear this? 'Hey JT, another sleepless night…crying emoji'.

"Well, it’s a voice note, which I’d like to play for you now. It’s got a time on it, it was timed at 2:36AM this morning.

"Location, well let’s just say…very much near your house."

The radio host then put Amanda out of her misery and hilariously played a clip of the BGT judge snoring.

A stunned Amanda, who has been married to Chris since 2008, then asked: "What is it? Is that me?"

To which Jamie joked: "Do you ever wonder what Amanda Holden sounds like in bed folks?"

Still in disbelief at Chris' stealthy recording, Amanda declared: "Oh my god, I’m gonna kill him!" before insisting she never snores.

"I’ve got a cold, I never snore!" she added. "He’s a terrible snorer, he’s got his revenge!"

Continuing to poke fun at his co-host's expense, Jamie joked: "You don’t have any rhinos or hippos at home at all?" which left Amanda cackling with laughter.

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