Inside Amanda Holden and Simon Cowell’s family trip to Nintendo World | The Sun

AMANDA Holden enjoyed some family time with her youngest daughter Hollie during her trip to Hollywood.

The 52-year-old headed to Super Nintendo World at Universal Studios and was joined by Simon Cowell, his fiance Lauren Silverman and their son Eric, nine.

Britain's Got Talent judge Amanda shared snaps and clips from the day out on Instagram.

In one group shot Amanda could be seen with Hollie, 11, Lauren, 45, and Eric.

Another photo showed her and Hollie posing for a sweet mother daughter selfie.

Presenter Amanda has definitely been making the most of her time in the States.

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She joined pal Piers Morgan for his latest star-studded dinner party – along with Gary Lineker, Ashley Roberts and Bruno Tonioli.

Also accompanying the A-list group were musician and The X Factor winner James Arthur, Piers' son Spencer and Amanda's eldest daughter Lexi, 17.

Piers captioned the image: "Two pop stars, two judges (well, three, technically), Britain’s most notorious opinion-expresser (not me 🤣), a model, a sports journalist, and a showbiz manager. My kinda dinner party."

Intrigued into who might pay the bill at such a high-powered lunch, an inquisitive fan asked Piers on Instagram: "Who paid?"

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Not shying away from the topic, the star confirmed exactly who dished out the cash to cover the costs of the meal.

He revealed that it was in fact Amanda Holden and her husband Chris Hughes who paid.

Piers said: "Amanda and Chris. They're very generous people."

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