Amanda Holden pokes fun at Piers Morgan as oblivious fans in St Tropez ask HIM to take a photo of them with her

AMANDA Holden poked fun at Piers Morgan as oblivious fans asked HIM to take a photo of them with her – not knowing who he was.

The pair met up in Saint Tropez yesterday, enjoying a boozy lunch with each other's families when a group of young children arrived.

Taking to her Instagram page, 49-year-old Amanda revealed that the fans were from the Netherlands and recognised her from Britain's Got Talent.

In the photo, the star looks sensational as she beams in a pink and white patterned dress and a straw hat, with her arm around one of the girls.

Two more girls and a boy are grinning as they pose for Piers, who is leaning back to take the snap.

Amanda captioned the post: "Thrilled to be known & asked for a photo from these lovely children from the #Netherlands and the #photographer @piersmorgan ( no clue who he is @bgt ?)"

Piers' oldest son Spencer couldn't resist joining in with the mocking, sharing the same photo to his Instagram Story and laughing: "Haha nightmare.

"Take the photo, son – they haven't got a clue who you are."

Despite the snub, and being left on crutches after tearing a tendon in his leg, Piers was in high spirits as he enjoyed the sun-soaked meal with Amanda.

The group danced as they listened to live music and could be heard laughing and chatting while making the most of each other's company in footage shared across their social media channels.

Amanda is just one of Piers' celebrity friends he has met up with while on holiday, with the star also having lunch with Joan Collins last week.

Despite not breaking any rules to travel abroad, and wearing a face mask on his short flight to France, the outspoken Good Morning Britain presenter was branded a "hypocrite" for taking the holiday by some critics.

The star had been particularly vocal about the importance of being cautious during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, and fans have claimed that he isn't practicing what he preaches by going abroad.

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