The stunning supermodel, 48, wore a face mask while stocking up on essentials, including two toilet brushes and kitchen roll.
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Caprice kept it casual in a grey hoodie, leggings and trainers during the shopping trip on Tuesday.
The American star took extra precaution in blue latex gloves, while a white face mask covered her mouth and nose to protect her from the coronavirus.
Despite the current uncertainty surrounding the deadly bug, Caprice appeared relaxed as she made her way out of the car and into the supermarket.
Following the shop, Caprice's trolley was loaded with food packed into bags for life, and she also had a pack of kitchen roll.
The star carefully unloaded her bags into the car before heading off to self-isolate at home.
The model recently revealed she was homeschooling her six year old sons, Jett and Jax, after Boris Johnson announced extreme measures to tackle COVID-19.
Like mums all around the UK, she admitted being a teacher for the first time is sending her "bonkers," but advised others feeling frazzled to relax by meditating daily.
She said: "Every day I’ve got to get food for my family, and I go to the grocery store, then right next door is a garden and I go there and meditate … I've been doing it for about 10 years and it really helps me.
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"During lockdown I’m going to start painting the whole house, then I’m doing a deep clean and I’m learning how to cook. I’m teaching my kids now, it’s driving me bonkers, I can’t believe my six year olds are doing these kinds of questions!"
The UK coronavirus death toll today hit 422 while cases climbed to 8,077 as the country went into lockdown.
It comes at Health Secretary Matt Hancock today called for an army of 250,000 volunteers to join the coronavirus frontline.
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