Caprice Bourret, 49, catches the eye in a figure-hugging scarlet dress

Caprice Bourret, 49, catches the eye in a figure-hugging scarlet dress as she attends a virtual charity event to raise money for the NHS

She never puts a foot wrong with fashion. 

And Caprice Bourret displayed her incredible figure in a chic halterneck dress on Friday which boasted a cut-out section and panelled detailing. 

The model, 49, exuded glamour as she sauntered down the street in London after attending a virtual charity event to raise funds for the NHS. 

Wow! Caprice Bourret displayed her incredible figure in a halterneck dress on Friday as she sauntered down the street in London after attending a virtual charity event

Caprice exclusively told MailOnline that the event was also to remember the fundraising efforts of Captain Tom, a war hero who passed away on Wednesday at 100-years-old following a battle with coronavirus.

She said: ‘All monies raised will be going directly to Captain Sir Tom’s fundraising for NHS charities. 

‘I am thrilled to be supporting the late Caption Tom and I hope we can raise loads of funds tonight. He was and still is a true inspiration, and what he has achieved is truly remarkable’. 

The star and Kate Thornton appeared as special guests and adhered to social distancing guidelines while the Facebook audience attended digitally. 

Ageless beauty: The model, 49, boosted her height with classic nude heels, and she styled her blonde tresses in beachy waves

Good cause: Caprice enhanced her visage with a slick of make-up as she told MailOnline: ‘All monies raised will be going directly to Captain Sir Tom’s fundraising for NHS charities’

Caprice boosted her height with classic nude heels, and she styled her blonde tresses in beachy waves. 

She enhanced her visage with a slick of make-up as she departed the charity fundraising venue on Edgware Road.    

The outing comes after the star revealed she has returned to her strict fitness regime after putting on one stone in just three weeks.

She worked up a sweat in January as she braved the cold while jogging across west London in a crop top.

Prioritising fitness and health: The outing comes after the star revealed she has returned to her strict fitness regime after putting on one stone in just three weeks (pictured in 2020)

On her weight gain, a source exclusively told MailOnline: ‘She is normally very disciplined but has been comfort eating over the past three weeks. She hasn’t been eating or exercising properly since her grandmother passed away.’

An insider close to Caprice revealed she turned to food after her grandmother passed away from coronavirus at the age of 91.

They explained: ‘Since the New Year Caprice has put on a stone in weight. It has been a depressing time for her. As a youngster her Gran and Nana took care of both her and her sister as her mother was a single parent supporting the family.

‘Caprice has been eating lots of junk food to cope with everything going on and has been eating a whole loaf of sourdough bread a day, lots of cookies, cakes and hot chocolate after hot chocolate.  

Heartbroken: Caprice detailed the heartbreaking loss of her grandmother, who passed away from coronavirus at the age of 91, in an Instagram post in January (pictured together)

‘She has been feeling low, rarely leaving the house since Dec 15 as one of her household members also tested positive for Covid-19 and they all had to isolate for two weeks and cancel Christmas holidays.

‘Usually her rule is ”no carbs after 5pm” and only a very small portion of protein for dinner. She has always been disciplined with her diet and eating as she gains weight easily. She is now trying to get back into her exercise and healthy eating habits’. 

The actress detailed her heartbreaking loss in an Instagram post earlier this month, in which she urged her fans to follow the government’s guidelines and stay home ‘so we can stop the spread’ and beat ‘this evil virus’.  

Strong words: The TV star urged her fans to follow the government’s guidelines and stay home ‘so we can stop the spread’ and beat ‘this evil virus’

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