So, this is how Amanda Holden’s kids think she should dress…

Along with celeb parents Jamelia, Sara Cox, EastEnders' Nina Wadia and Jason Donovan, Amanda's let herself be #DressedByTheKids to raise money for Oxfam

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As mums, we usually call the shots on what our kids wear every day. Well, either that or we risk strolling down the street with a child in a Batman top, pink tutu and bright green wellies….

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But what if our kids could turn the tables and get to dress US?

Well, that’s exactly what Amanda Holden (and a host of other celeb parents) have allowed their kids to do – to promote Oxfam’s Dressed By The Kids Day.

The idea of the new charity day, on Friday 29 April, is that we let our children dress us and then spend the day raising a bit of money – from sponsorship or by making a donation – to help families living in extreme poverty.

To publicise the event, Amanda Holden (above) was dressed by her daughters Holly, 9, and Lexie, 4. Love the sparkly jacket and clashing leopard-print shoes!

And here are a few other celeb parents, dressed by their children…

Jamelia with her daughters Teja, 14 and Tiani, 11

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Sara Cox with her daughter Lola, 10

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Jason Donovan (in his original technicolour dreamcoat) , with his daughter Jemma, 15, and son, Zac, 14

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Eastenders’ actress Nina Wadia and her daughter Tia, 12, and son Aidan, 9

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Interested in taking part? Sign up online and get involved with Dressed By The Kids Day for Oxfam.

Photos: Oxfam

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