Caprice Bourret is ''still confident'' modelling in lingerie regardless of her age as she has been stripping down to her underwear her ''whole life''.
Caprice Bourret is ''still confident'' modelling in lingerie.
The 45-year-old star, who founded her own underwear and sleepwear brand By Caprice Lingerie, has no qualms about stripping down to pose in a revealing bra and knicker set for photoshoots or campaigns for her brand regardless of her age, because it is something she has been doing her ''whole life''.
Speaking to the Daily Star newspaper, the blonde beauty said: ''I'm still confident modelling lingerie at 45 - it's what I've been doing my whole life.''
However, the entrepreneur does find it ''hard'' balancing her business with her family life.
Caprice - who has two-year-old sons Jett and Jax with her partner Ty Comfort - explained: ''But it's hard being a mum, now and having my own business.
''It's not like when I was younger and had time o train every day, and it was all about me, me, me. Now it's about my children, my business and my man.''
The fashion mogul is currently taking part in Channel 4's winter sport competition 'The Jump' alongside 'The Only Way Is Essex' star Lydia Bright, former England rugby player Jason Robinson, and former 'Made In Chelsea' lothario Spencer Matthews, and she has revealed she has lost one stone in weight and has ''toned right up'' since joining the show.
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