Caprice Bourret put on a steamy display as she sunbathed in nothing but a tiny bikini and a face mask over the weekend.
The 48 year old looked incredible as she stripped out of her light-blue t-shirt to reveal a purple, pink and blue coloured swimsuit.
The TV personality, who was recently involved in a massive feud with Dancing On Ice star Hamish Gaman, took every precaution against the coronavirus pandemic as she was seen sporting a matching face mask.
The two-piece showcased her eye-popping cleavage, washboard abs and lean legs, and the model opted to straighten her long blonde locks for the occasion.
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Her luscious mane drew attention to her stunning face, which she decked out with some neutral make up, including a bit of eye liner and mascara.
The star, whose former dance partner Hamish recently got engaged to the "love of his life", completed the look with freshly manicured blue nails.
Sunbathing in the park, Caprice decided to brush up on some reading as she picked up a copy of Dr Stephan Domenig's The Alkaline Cure, which is described as a 14-day plan to help people lose weight.
Before getting started on the dieting book, the businesswoman looked around to take in the dense greenery and beautiful yellow daffodils surrounding her.
Caprice seemed content with life just two days after reportedly hitting back at Mysterious Girl singer Peter Andre, branding him "unprofessional" for calling her "foolish" after a coronavirus debate she took part in earlier in May.
The actress had appeared on Channel 5’s Jeremy Vine programme to discuss the pandemic, insisting the UK should only follow a two-week shutdown.
Father-of-four Peter, 47, had stated in his OK! magazine column that the model shouldn’t be arguing with a qualified doctor.
Caprice has now hit out at his remarks, denying that she was “undermining” medical expert Dr. Sarah Jarvis on the show.
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A source told MailOnline: “Caprice feels it was unprofessional for Pete to call someone out when he didn’t have his facts right.
“Caprice would never undermine a doctor or a specialist in their field. She was simply questioning the doctor as the World Health Organisation had contradictory information.
"It was a debate show and Caprice was directly referencing the World Health Organisation who is the authority in this space. A lot of these key facts are referenced in the media."
The source continued: “Caprice referenced the WHO guidelines and that we should learn from other territories that successfully contained the virus such as Taiwan and Singapore who wore masks and closed all schools early and then went into lockdown in order to prevent the spread and assist healthcare with the overload.
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“It is a bit ironic that we are actually following those same steps now which is what Caprice was referencing two weeks ago.
“Someone in Pete’s position who writes a column that hundreds of thousands of people read has a responsibility to be objective and have the decency to watch the clip and get the facts correct.
“It seems really unfair of him to comment on something that he hasn’t even seen.”
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