Amanda Holden shared a sweet social media clip of all of the wonderful women in her life.
The Britain's Got Talent star shared the video onto her Instagram and it included plenty of familiar faces.
Amanda, 51, uploaded the video which featured her lookalike mum, daughters and other famous co-stars.
Fans were shocked at just how similar she and her youthful mum, 71, looked, as they were seen posing together in snaps.
Her two young daughters, Hollie, 16, and Alexa, 10, were also seen in the series of compiled images.
Alongside family, her Heart Breakfast co-star and Pussycat Doll Ashley Roberts were also spotted alongside throwback snaps of her and fellow Britain's Got Talent judge Alesha Dixon.
Waterloo Road actress and Radio 2 star Angela Griffen also made an appearance, alongside ex-EastEnders star Tamzin Outhwaite.
She captioned the clip: "The women who lift up my life and help me live it #internationalwomensday"
Friends and fans swarmed to the comment section to show their love and appreciation for Amanda and her sweet post.
Ashley Roberts wrote: "Happy International Woman’s Day!!"
Angela Griffin commented: "Yes! Happy international women’s day!"
Whereas Tamzin Outhwaite added: "love you and all the fabulous women in our lives"
A fan typed: "You always hold yourself as a beautiful princess. I love you for that."
"Lovely friends and family Amanda you are blessed lets pray for all those women in the world now for strength in the face of pain xxx," another user penned.
Another fan shared: "It's amazing being surrounded by so many incredible and inspiring women! Happy women's day to you and all these women in your life"
To celebrate International Women's Day, FutureLearn.com had also compiled some research showing
what women think about education and career development as well as what changes still need to be made.
According to their reports, 39% of women believe you can have a successful career at any age and
32% of women believe people are never too old to learn a new skill.
They also found that more women (41%) than men (32%) believe that equality and diversity training should be required for all CEOs and business leaders.
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