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Holden signs book in greengrocers

Amanda Holden has signed copies of her autobiography in the home town greengrocers where she worked on Saturdays as a teenager.

The Britain's Got Talent judge was promoting the book called No Holding Back in Bishop's Waltham, Hampshire, where she grew up.

Around 100 people - many of them family and old friends - queued up at Hylands in the High Street.

The actress, 42, said: "I had this brainwave to do a book signing in the shop I worked in when I used to get £13 a day and spend the money on clothes in a shop up the street.

"I was a Saturday girl here from 13 to 16 and it smells just the same.

"It's been lovely. I have seen so many friends, including a family I used to baby sit for."

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