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April 3, 2021

Amanda Holden wows in white swimsuit as she transforms into the Easter Bunny

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Amanda Holden sent her Instagram followers wild when she posed in a daring Playboy Bunny costume. Kicking off her Easter celebrations in style, the Britain’s Got Talent presenter shared the glamorous image on Good Friday, captioning the shot: “#happyeaster everyone”.

The 50-year-old star was rocking a white swimsuit with a cotton wool tail, completing her cheeky costume with a rabbit ear headband.

Casting a flirty gaze over one shoulder, Amanda flashed a coy smile at the camera in the sizzling black and white shot. Her blonde locks were styled in tousled waves and she kept her makeup simple for the photo.

The star’s fans were awestruck by the photoshoot. One wrote: “Happy Easter you gorgeous bunny how are you even 50?! I can’t even believe it”. Another shared: “Now that’s an Easter bunny” while a third joked: “Hoppy Easter, Amanda!”.

Amanda looked incredible in her Easter Bunny costume

Amanda will be spending a low-key Easter at home with her husband Chris Hughes and their daughters Lexi, 15, and Hollie, nine.

Meanwhile, the blonde has been giving us serious style inspiration this spring thanks to her stunning Heart Breakfast work looks.

One of the sartorial highlights from the past week has to be her floaty summer dress from Suzannah London, a brand also loved by the Countess of Wessexand the Duchess of Cambridge.

Amanda looked loved in her Suzannah London dress earlier this week 

Twirling for a video on her Instagram Stories, Amanda showed off the flowing skirt and floaty sleeves of the silk tea dress.

Her stylist Karl Willett previously told HELLO!: “I would describe Amanda’s style as fresh, summery, elegant and she proves you can still look chic and be comfortable at the same time.”
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November 13, 2020

Google makes Diwali virtual with AR experience, interactive tools

 Google’s AR experiment offers virtual diyas, and you can also virtually burst crackers,

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New Delhi, Nov 12 (IANS) In a bid to recreate some festival fervour in the social distancing times, Google has created a virtual Diwali experience that everyone can be a part of — via a new Augmented Reality (AR) experience.

Google Arts & Culture has partnered with over 20 cultural heritage organisations to launch Diwali @Home.

“Striking images and immersive online stories weave a journey through the festival of lights, its legends and folklore, and dive into the sights, sounds and smells of an iconic festival,” the company said in a statement late on Wednesday.

“Decorate your space virtually with diyas (lamps), detonate virtual anar (firecrackers), for some explosive, playful fun, and watch how your space sparkles!”

The colours, food, festivities and nostalgia of Diwali are being shared through new online exhibitions from partner institutions including Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Indian Museum, National Museum and many more.

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“There’s also plenty of hands-on fun for families with an interactive Diwali colouring book. Find it with Google Search, simply by searching for “Diwali” on your phone”.

One can watch a video conversation between Amish Tripathi, author and Director of The Nehru Centre in London, and Neil MacGregor, art historian, broadcaster and former museum director, on Diwali and why it’s particularly special this year.

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