Friday, December 6, 2019

Caroline Flack shares another racy naked snap in the bath with cryptic message

Caroline Flack has shared another of her several naked snaps this year, but this time there's a cryptic message.

The 40-year-old star posted the daring photo to her Instagram Story in a bid to share a special message.

In the snap, Love Island host Cazza tucked her knees in to cover her chest and held a glass of bubbly in one hand.

She even rocked the ultimate glam make-up as she posed in the tub.

A dark smokey eye and gorgeous nude lip complimented Caroline's look.

Her blonde locks were styled in waves and fell loosely over her shoulders as she pulled a sexy face.

The cryptic message read: "Gut feelings are your guardian angels" signed off with a red heart.


  • First look at Winter Love Island as advert features toned, tanned and sexy singletons

  • Smitten Caroline Flack shares steamy bedroom snap of boyfriend Lewis Burton

Although she's the host of a dating show, things seem to be going well in Caroline's love life.

She's happily coupled up with Lewis Burton, 27, and has been for the past few months – the pair made it official in August.

The blonde babe has recently been busy filming for the new winter series of Love Island, which is set to be a hit.

Flack will be back and forth between the UK and South Africa while the series airs on TV, so she can film it's spin-off show Aftersun.


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The first look at Winter Love Island was revealed by the official Twitter account on Monday with a short teaser clip.

In the video, a Love Island themed airplane is seen soaring across a bright blue sky while flying a bold banner with the words: "Do one, winter", emblazoned across it.

The reflection of the airplane is seen in a hunky mystery contestant's rose-tinted aviator shades and the iconic Love Island theme-tune sound is played in the background.

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