Caterina Balivo in costume and bare feet on Instagram. And launches an appeal to Isoardi

Caterina Balivo, the perfect bikini enchants on Instagram

Caterina Balivo enchants everyone on Instagram with photos in diva costumes. At dinner he meets the chef Pasquale Rinaldi and leaves a message to Elisa Isoardi

Caterina Balivo on holiday with children and top costumes

Caterina Balivo is enjoying her holidays in Capri and takes the opportunity to share some disturbing selfies on Instagram.

The presenter of Vieni da Me is immortalized in the boat. The beautiful Catherine, already with an enviable tan, wears a black one-piece swimsuit and a soft straw hat. Sitting on the bridge, she poses like an old-time diva on Capri. And in the foreground he shows his bare feet with perfectly varnished nails, which his fans love so much.

The pin-up Balivo sends her followers into raptures who rush to compliment her on Instagram, even if someone goes too far and there is no shortage of those who point it out.

After sunbathing, it takes a nice dinner. Here she is then at the restaurant in the company of her children Guido Alberto and Cora who also lent themselves to make some fabulous shots with their mother, just like Kate Middleton does.

During the dinner, the presenter meets Pasquale Rinaldo, the chef of the last edition of the Cook Test. The two take the opportunity to send a message to Elisa Isoardi and Balivo makes her a proposal:

We have seen each other in the Rai corridors for a year … But will we see each other again at La prova del chef? Elisa!

Will Bailiff's request be heard by Isoardi? Will he reconfirm Rinaldo? We will have to wait until next September to find out. For the moment, after several meetings in preparation for the next edition of the Cook Test, the beautiful Elisa seems to just want to rest. The reply to the colleague is therefore long in coming.

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