The 52-year-old posted a stunning picture of her in a black bikini, looking back at the camera while she enjoyed a refreshing outdoor shower.
She has been sharing plenty of bikini pictures from her getaway, leaving fans floored with her effortless style, perfect tan, and toned physique.
The Britain’s Got Talent judge has been turning out some major looks recently, even matching with her daughter Hollie, 11, as they went all pink for the UK Barbie premiere.
Amanda has two daughters with her husband Chris Hughes, Hollie, and Alexa, 17, and confessed recently that her youngest leaving primary school had left her a ‘bit depressed’.
Tate saw Amanda’s gorgeous holiday snap as an opportunity to attract attention by mum-shaming her for posting a picture in a bikini.
Replying directly to Amanda’s tweet, the former kickboxer and content creator wrote: ‘You are a wife and a mother and you’re far past a teenager. There is no need for this post.’
His brother, 34, their two Romanian associates, and the 36-year-old have all denied any wrongdoing.
The Directorate for the Investigation of Organized Crime and Terrorism said in June that the indictment also included charges of forming an organised crime group.
The indictment, filed with the Bucharest court, says the four defendants ‘organised a criminal group with a view to committing the crime of human trafficking on the territory of Romania, but also in other countries, such as the United States of America and Great Britain.’
Seven alleged victims are named, with each saying the brothers ‘misled’ them and once they arrived in Ilfov, the county surrounding Bucharest, they were ‘sexually exploited’.
He rose to fame bragging to his mostly young male followers about this wealth, spouting misogynist ideals and complaining that men are victims of feminism.
In a long list of harmful content, Tate has said that women ‘belong’ to men, that they are ‘barely sentient’, and that women who are raped are partly responsible for the attacks.
Tate was mentioned directly in the House of Lords in regard to the Online Safety Bill, condemning the tech firms for pushing this type of content to vulnerable young boys.
‘A regulated company has a duty to design its service in a manner that does not harm children,’ said Baroness Kidron, who backed the amendments.
‘They [algorithms] deliberately push 13-year-old boys towards Andrew Tate—not for any content reason, but simply on the basis that 13-year-old boys are like each other and one of them has already been on that site.’
She added: ‘To push hundreds of thousands of children towards Andrew Tate for no other reason than you benefit commercially from the network effect is a travesty for children and it undermines parents.’
Metro has contacted Amanda Holden’s representatives for comment.
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