Caprice Bourret vents standing in line at a gas station for 15 minutes in angry video

Caprice Bourret shared an Instagram video on Saturday to express her anger after UK fuel shortages forced her to queue for 15 minutes at a petrol station near Peterborough.

The 49-year-old model told her fans that the ordeal could cause her to miss an appearance on Ideal TV, which would cause her to join her Caprice Home series.

Clenched her teeth, she began, “I’ve been sitting here waiting for gas for fifteen minutes now. Finally I’m in front.

“This is crazy, what’s going on?” Caprice Bourret shared an Instagram video on Saturday to express her anger after UK fuel shortages forced her to queue for 15 minutes at a petrol station near Peterborough

Irritated: Clenched her teeth, she began, “I've been sitting here waiting for gas for 15 minutes now.  Finally I'm in front.

Irritated: Clenched her teeth, she began, “I've been sitting here waiting for gas for 15 minutes now.  Finally I'm in front.

Annoyed: Clenched her teeth, she began, “I’ve been sitting here waiting for gas for 15 minutes now. Finally I’m in the front.

“But look at this . . . and the row beyond. What is going on? Well, we know exactly what’s going on.

‘This is crazy, I’m doing my show on Ideal with my Caprice Home, so exciting. It’s a live show, I hope I make it,” she concluded before letting out two cries of emotion.

It seems the Vogue cover star had more to add when she mentioned Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Mayor of London Sadiq Khan in her caption.

‘Tomorrow gorg friends…so off to my show @idealworld.tv @bycapricehome.

Concerned: The model told her fans that the ordeal could mean she could miss an appearance on Ideal TV, which would make her join her Caprice Home series

Concerned: The model told her fans that the ordeal could mean she could miss an appearance on Ideal TV, which would make her join her Caprice Home series

Concerned: The model told her fans that the ordeal could mean she could miss an appearance on Ideal TV, which would make her join her Caprice Home series

‘Btw, thank you so much to everyone tuning in to sold out lines and 40% of the stock in the first half of the show #sogratful

“But on the way up I couldn’t believe what was happening… actually I got #thanksborisjohnson in line for gas yesterday.

“I almost missed my show and had to pay an extra £20 to fill my tank,” added the star who has a reported net worth of £24 million.

Lucky: When she got to her destination on time, a beaming Caprice gave a thumbs up as she shared a slew of behind-the-scenes photos of her workday in the shopping channel

Lucky: When she got to her destination on time, a beaming Caprice gave a thumbs up as she shared a slew of behind-the-scenes photos of her workday in the shopping channel

Lucky: When she got to her destination on time, a beaming Caprice gave a thumbs up as she shared a slew of behind-the-scenes photos of her workday in the shopping channel

‘The prices are so high it’s ridiculous… now today many gas stations are completely out of gas… get your bikes out folks!!

“Maybe those millions of our hard-earned money @sadiq used on bike paths are relevant [laughing and raised-eye emojis] love you all.’

When she got to her destination on time, a beaming Caprice gave a thumbs up as she shared a slew of behind-the-scenes photos of her workday at the Shop Channel.

Experienced: She seemed to be in her element when using her presentation skills

Experienced: She seemed to be in her element when using her presentation skills

Pro: She was very natural in front of the camera

Pro: She was very natural in front of the camera

Experienced: She seemed to be in her element when using her presentation skills

Wearing a must-have yellow sweater, she looked nothing short of sensational while showing off her slim waist and toned legs.

Panic buying at the pumps has already started amid fears of fuel rationing due to the UK’s crippling shortage of truck drivers – while Transport Secretary Grant Shapps tried to calm nerves by urging the British to ‘just keep going’.

Rows of cars were seen this morning from petrol stations in Tonbridge, Kent, in Ely, Cambridgeshire, Bright and Leeds – just a day after fuel bosses warned of petrol and diesel rationing and closure of petrol stations.

Relief!  Relieved that she hadn't missed her presentation, Caprice continued with the thumbs-up pose

Relief!  Relieved that she hadn't missed her presentation, Caprice continued with the thumbs-up pose

Relief! Relieved that she hadn’t missed her presentation, Caprice continued with the thumbs-up pose

A petrol station in Essex is said to be out of diesel this morning, while outside another forecourt on the A12, also in Essex, queues are said to be ‘three rows deep to each pump’.

The scenes of queuing at petrol stations – which some will bring to mind of the 1973 Opec oil crisis and 2000 fuel shortage – stem from fears of a 1978-style ‘winter of discontent’ for the UK, with skyrocketing energy prices , food shortages and fuel rationing.

This week, BP announced plans to ration fuel and a ‘handful’ of its gas stations, along with a ‘small number’ of Tesco filling stations, as supermarkets warned of food shortages and more energy companies went bankrupt amid rising gas prices – fueling fears of a new ‘winter of discontent’.

Luxury: The former Dancing On Ice star told fans all about her beautiful home collection

Luxury: The former Dancing On Ice star told fans all about her beautiful home collection

Luxury: The former Dancing On Ice star told fans all about her beautiful home collection

And in a particularly useless addition to the problem, eco-mob Insulate Britain returned to the roads today to block a route to Port of Dover – Europe’s busiest port and the UK’s main gateway for trade from the EU. .

It comes as the Petrol Retailers Association last night warned drivers to keep “a quarter of a tank” of fuel in their vehicles in preparation for possible closures of local gas stations.

Meanwhile, ministers were under new pressure to relax immigration rules as an emergency measure to attract truck drivers from abroad, amid warnings that an additional 100,000 were needed across the industry.

Sizzling: She wore a must-have yellow sweater and looked downright sensational as she showed off her slim waist and tight legs

Sizzling: She wore a must-have yellow sweater and looked downright sensational as she showed off her slim waist and tight legs

Wow!  The blonde bombshell caused a storm for the camera in a series of follow-up shots

Wow!  The blonde bombshell caused a storm for the camera in a series of follow-up shots

Sizzling: She wore a must-have yellow sweater and looked downright sensational as she showed off her slim waist and tight legs

Transport Secretary Grant Shapps today hinted at the possibility, saying he would move “heaven and earth” to address the “system problem” of truck driver shortages.

He also claimed that haulage firms offered huge salaries to entice drivers who have left the sector to come back – with one ‘top milk company’ apparently offering as much as ‘£78,000 a year’.

Meanwhile, a vegetable company in Lincolnshire is currently advertising a broccoli picker role at £30 an hour – which is equivalent to around £62,000 a year.

A government source warned last night that Downing Street is increasingly “concerned” about a coming “winter of discontent” – ruining Christmas with rising utility bills, shortages and cuts in Universal Credit.

Ministers are said to have drawn up plans to put soldiers on standby in case they have to operate petrol tankers in a serious crisis.

When questioned about this on BBC Breakfast, Mr Shapps said: ‘If it can really help, we’ll get them involved.’

But he urged people not to panic when buying, telling Sky News: “The advice would be to just go ahead, and that’s what BP is saying.”

Beauty: Her blushing face glowed in a close-up glamorous selfie

Beauty: Her blushing face glowed in a close-up glamorous selfie

Beauty: Her blushing face glowed in a close-up glamorous selfie

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