Twitter users called a general practitioner to apologize to her after she was right after a heated debate on the coronavirus at the Jeremy Vine Show in March.
And as the drama unfolded this week, a reflective Caprice was spotted savoring a pie and a self-help book, while a source praised her for remaining “elegantly silent” during the rage.
The 48-year-old model presented a breathtaking display in a plunging dress with berry tones, which highlighted her bust without breasts during her relaxed outing.
‘Elegantly silent’: Caprice was spotted in a cafe on Monday as fans called a general practitioner to apologize to her after she was right after a heated debate over the coronavirus in March
The ruffle dress had a flowing skirt and revealed her flexible legs.
The star opted for a comfortable atmosphere by putting on white and accessorized sneakers with a cream handbag.
Her platinum braids were elegant and straight while a simple swipe of mascara accentuated her amazing features.
Caprice donned trendy glasses for her solo outing while eating and browsing through her book.
What drama? The 48-year-old model presented a breathtaking display in a plunging dress with berry tones, which highlighted her bust without a bra when she relaxed.
This comes after the model sparked a mass reaction on Twitter, four months after her live televised debate.
On March 16 – a week before the UK shutdown began – the model found itself at loggerheads with Dr. Sarah Jarvis on the best way to curb the growth of the pandemic.
Former ice dance candidate Caprice angered the medical expert when she suggested a two-week total halt to contain the virus in the UK – a model she says , had operated in Asia.
Dr. Jarvis replied that the strategy had “absolutely not worked,” adding, “With the greatest respect, Unless you have read all the scientific articles and statistical modeling documents that have been published, you cannot discuss this with me. You may have an opinion but it is not a fact.
A source close to the star exclusively told MailOnline that Caprice was “very intellectual” and had deliberately maintained a dignified silence when she was due to the UK-wide lockdown.
They said, “She worried, like many others, about the lack of clarity on the part of the so-called experts.
“Caprice has always believed that the UK should have followed the example of Taiwan and Singapore in the way they approached the coronavirus from the start.
“In the end, these countries controlled and controlled the spread of the virus, and one of these measures wore a mask at the start of the COVID-19 outbreak.
“So many people haven’t worn masks in stores and now the government says we should do it.”
“Everyone at the time laughed and undermined what Caprice said because of the stereotype that she was a model. Caprice is actually very intellectual.
She was right: on March 16 – a week before the foreclosure of the UK – the 48-year-old model found herself struggling with Dr. Sarah Jarvis on the best way to curb the growth of the pandemic.
“She stayed elegantly silent and let everyone laugh at her, but she was always right. And the fact that it obtained it from a leading authority in the world should also have had some weight in March.
‘Peter Andre also made fun of Caprice in his column on this subject. Dr. Jarvis and Pete should really apologize to her.
During the debate, Caprice remained firm, fighting back: “But I can, I have an opinion. Let me read the facts to you: in Taiwan and Singapore, everyone wore surgical masks early on… ”before Dr. Jarvis: “Which makes no difference. “
When Caprice asked to be allowed to finish his argument, host Jeremy then interrupted, “Okay, but Sarah is the expert, but keep going. “
Excuse me: During the debate, Caprice stood firm, fighting back: “But I can, I have an opinion. Let me read the facts to you: in Taiwan and Singapore, everyone wore surgical masks very early … “before Dr. Jarvis joked:” What makes no difference “
Back: At the time, many people turned to Twitter to wonder why Caprice had even been invited to discuss such a topic on the show
Caprice continued: “It comes from a newspaper! It comes from someone from WHO!
Mr. Vine then interrupted her again, commenting: “I just don’t want to get into the things where we have the diary on the one hand and the expert on the other and we give them equal weight”, this What Caprice insisted she was referencing came from a WHO spokesperson.
At the time, many people turned to Twitter to wonder why Caprice had even been invited to discuss such a topic on the show.
One viewer wrote, “No disrespect for Caprice. She has to make a living and everything, but seriously, broadcasters stop pitting uninformed people against experts. It is life and death and television has a duty to inform.
Stellar Tip: On Monday, a clip from the line was shared by Carole Cadwalla, who captioned it: “So here it is. If Caprice had not been in charge and not Boris Johnson, around 40,000 people could still be alive ”
Dom Joly intervened on the episode, tweeting, “It’s just embarrassing – sticking to the experts – shouldn’t even be having this kind of debate using people who have” read stuff in the newspapers “. “
Yesterday, a clip from the row was shared by Carole Cadwalla, who captioned it: “So you have it. If Caprice hadn’t led Boris Johnson, about 40,000 people might still be alive.
His tweet went viral, attracting more than 2,700 likes and 810 retweets, which prompted Caprice to make a trend on the social media site.
Many people have said that the model deserved an apology for the way it was shot by Dr. Jarvis and Mr. Vine.
One of them tweeted, “The way they turned on the gas and made fun of Caprice in this interview in March and it turned out she was right!”