Amanda Holden performs eye-watering splits as she shows off her flexibility

Amanda Holden did the splits as she showed off for the cameras on Instagram on Monday.

The radio presenter, 48, paraded her incredible flexibility for the cameras as she propped up one of her legs on the wall.

Having fully recovered from her leg break, the Britain's Got Talent presenter was up to her old tricks again in no time.

Amanda proved she was a natural in front of the lens as she posed with her elbow on her elevated leg.

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Really accentuating the pose, the mother was dressed in leather thigh-high heeled boots which added generously to her height.

The blonde bombshell stunned as she showcased her figure in a black dress featuring a slit to the top of her thighs.

She wrote: "Leg on the wall #monday; not sure it’s going to catch on! @thisisheart#breakfast."

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Amanda has been proudly flaunting her flexibility ever since she made a full recovery following a bad fall last year.

The lively mother took a tumble when she was tackling a Total Wipeout-style inflatable assault course with her seven-year-old daughter Hollie.

She was rushed to hospital by her record producer husband Chris Hughes where she had a metal plate fitted into her leg.

Amanda said: "So basically I was trying to be a good mother and I put my book down, I put down the Uno cards… and I said to Hollie ‘Mummy can come on that with you’ and there’s this like, you remember Total Wipeout, that TV thing?

"There’s like a children’s Total Wipeout thing in the middle of the sea and mistily get round it and I thought yeah I can do that, so Hollie was doing brilliantly and going round it.

"I walked around it and then crawled across like an old person, like across the difficult bits.

"And then there were these three inflatable stepping stones in the middle of the sea and everyone else was running across it and I thought ‘oh I could do that, if kids can do it I can do it’ and I did it and I made it."

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