Caprice thinks it is important to always make time for her boyfriend, no matter how tired she is from raising their young sons.
Caprice thinks women shouldn't wear underwear to keep their relationships ''going''.
The 43-year-old model-turned-businesswoman - who has sons Jax and Jett, 22 months, with partner Ty Comfort - finds raising her sons tiring but believes it is very important to make time to be alone with her financier boyfriend.
She said: ''You have to be careful when you have children not to neglect your man.
''Men are simple creatures - they just want good food, to be complimented and have sex.
''It's tiring but once the boys go to sleep it's my time with Ty and I have to be available for that. We go out on date nights at least once or twice a week.''
Asked if she agrees with presenter Davina Mccall's recent comments that women should keep their men happy by wearing matching underwear, she added: ''No, I think women don't need to wear underwear at all, then you really keep your relationship going - and that's coming from the CEO of a lingerie company.''
Caprice - who gave birth to one of her sons a few weeks after the other was born via a surrogate, though she refuses to say which and is raising them as twins - also admitted she doesn't get much help with the boys from Ty.
Asked if her partner is a hands-on dad, she told Britain's OK! magazine: ''Ty? Really? No. But I don't mind.
''A few times one of them was sick and I asked him to help me, but I don't mind getting up myself.''
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