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Amanda Holden’s closet is a thing of dreams as she cleans up overflowing Christian Louboutin collection


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If you’ve ever wanted to see how the other half live, look no further than the overflowing extravagance of Amanda Holden’s wardrobe.

Alternatively, if you’ve ever wanted to know that those celebrities are just the same as us, look no further than Amanda Holden’s wardrobe.

The Britain’s Got Talent judge, 48, has called in help to tackle her messy bedrooms and daughters’ playroom, which has a Barbie doll collection most kids will only ever dream about.

The Style Sisters, Gemma Lilly, 31, and Charlotte Reddington, 32, from Essex, tackled the boudoir of Amanda in her recently-renovated Surrey mansion and it didn’t look like a small ask.

From vast walk-in wardrobes, filled with designer shoes including Christian Louboutins and Jimmy Choos, to designer jewellery and outfits including the dazzling orange £1,232 Alex Perry number she wore to the BGT auditions in Manchester in January, it’s a thing of dreams.

Just the shoe room is out of this world.

The footwear, from strappy sandals to towering heels, is soon arranged over seven shelves (yes, seven) and colour coordinated – from beiges and whites at the bottom, to orange black and gold.

Um, these shoes. We need to talk about these shoes (Picture: Instagram)
The wardrobes needed a little work, but we’re still obsessed (Picture: Carol Driver)

When it comes to Amanda’s clothes wardrobes, the star previously revealed how husband Chris converted their fourth bedroom into a walk-in wardrobe for her with a dressing table mirror that rises up at the press of a button.

The TV star’s sartorial choices on BGT are often controversial talking points for some – with her Julian Macdonald gown worn during the BGT final in 2017 attracting 663 Ofcom complaints.

It’s hiding somewhere in that closet, but you can see the incredible £1,800 yellow satin dress by Alexis Mabille that Amanda wore on the red carpet in January for the auditions as well as an H&M label chilling out on another item.

Afterwards the living room was an organised dream (Picture: David Tarling)

It’s all about the balance, you know?

The two sisters specialise in wardrobe detoxes costing from £250 to more than £1,000 and were called upon by Amanda to tackle her bulging closets. The two started in the ‘organised chaos’ of the huge playroom belonging to Amanda and husband Chris Hughes’ two daughters Lexi, 12, and Hollie, six.

While Amanda’s ethos is that she likes her house to look lived in and ‘not like a show home’, it’s hard to miss the rather impressive collection of toys the two kids have.

The Style Sisters worked their magic on the kids’ room (Picture: David Tarling)
Amanda’s vanity mirror ascends from the unit (Picture: Carol Driver)

As well as at least 50 Barbie and Ken dolls, there is a £200 Barbie Dreamhouse, a £100 Barbie plan, as well as soft toys and books on the floor to arrange – including two, The Ice Monster and Geronimo, by Amanda’s fellow BGT judge David Walliams.

In working through the madness, Gemma said: ‘We are going to create a nice crafts area for her daughter, we are going to do a boards games section and just keep everything really categorised, easy to reach and easy to find.

‘This is organised chaos don’t worry. It gets super messy before it gets super tidy. This is going to become the Barbie corner and there’s a lot of Barbies! It’s so cute.’

It’s definitely cute – and a home worthy of our sweet dreams this evening.

Seriously, we can dream.

Additional reporting by Carol Driver and Tiffany Wallis.



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