Caprice, 48, poses in neon green bikini and calls Santorini holiday 'best ever' despite terrifying robber
CAPRICE is certainly looking on the sunny side of life hailing her Santorini trip the "most magical holiday" – despite being victim to a recent £40k robbery.
The stunning former model took to her Instagram page to pay tribute to her Greece trip with a trio of selfies, showing her sporting a lime green bikini.
The Dancing On Ice contestant's toned abdominals could clearly be seen as she posed in the pretty matching two-piece, whose neon colouring flattered her tan.
Otherwise, Caprice, 48, went make-up free as she posed on the deck of a huge white boat.
Alongside her Instagram snaps taken in the Santorini sunshine she gushed in the caption: "Last leg of boat trip #santorini I have been wanted to visit this magical place for 20 years …
"Just wow … thank you #isisandcarlosmonteverde @claudia_monteverde @bobbymonteverde for the most magical holiday ever #sograteful and for hosting my boys … that was risky!!!…. so so grateful."
Her holiday happy ending came after she candidly confessed to feeling "traumatised" after the robbery, which took place at her holiday house in Ibiza.
The Sun exclusively revealed how the thugs grabbed £40,000 of cash, jewellery and watches belonging to friends who were house guests.
Caprice told The Sun on Sunday: “It was absolutely terrifying for myself and my two sons. One won’t sleep without us since the robbery and I keep waking up thinking a creak in the house during the night is another robbery.
“I feel like our private place has been breached and it’s hard to feel safe any more.”
Caprice fears the raid on the Spanish isle of Ibiza was the result of a tip-off and has since bought a guard dog and installed a new security system.
The intruders escaped with Rolex watches, cash and gold jewellery belonging to friends just days after she was snapped partying on her yacht with Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy, 33, and his wife Rebekah, 38.
Caprice, who has a place in Santa Eularia, said: “We love our holiday home and always see it as a retreat to get away from the world, especially during these uncertain times. It is our safe place.
“We had some old friends to stay. I had no real clue, but they had all brought expensive things with them including watches and necklaces worth thousands, and lots of cash. Had I known, I would’ve sealed the home when we went out!”
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