Geri Halliwell-Horner was simply glowing on Wednesday when she shared a new video on her Instagram account.
The clip showed the flame-haired Spice Girl talking all things skincare for Harpers Bazaar and saw her donning an all-white vest top with spaghetti straps. She also added a dramatic pendant necklace and silver bracelet.
Captioning the post, Geri wrote: "Self-love and skincare. “Go To Bed With Me” and @harpersbazaarus — full video out now." Geri's skin looked flawless in the clip. She also added black eyeliner and mascara as well as a subtle slick of nude lipstick to complete her camera-ready glam.
As for her hair, her iconic fiery tresses were styled elegantly into gentle waves and were parted to one side with one side worn tucked behind her ear. Geri's fabulous ensemble also showed off her immaculate golden sun tan.
Friends and fans of the star flocked to the comments section to leave messages for the star. "You are such an inspiration," one fan penned. A second added: "She looks better than ever," alongside a red love heart emoji. Meanwhile, a third penned: "Thanks Geri! I needed to hear this today xxx."
The star has been basking in the American sunshine across the Atlantic over the last couple of weeks whilst promoting her brand new book, Rosie Frost and The Falcon Queen.
The former pop star has appeared on, The Talk, Jimmy Fallon, and she met up with Modern Family star, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, to appear on his podcast, Dinner's on Me.
Geri looked so fabulous for her reunion with the actor and headed to Son of a Gun Restaurant in LA. The doting mother donned a pair of fabulous white trousers which she matched with a cropped white shirt, showing off her incredible hourglass figure.
The singer also slipped into a pair of sky-high platform heels and to her luscious locks, she added a pretty white ribbon tied into a bow.
Geri's new book is incredibly close to her heart and was inspired by the events of her life which she opened up about to Scary Mommy magazine. The publication stated: "Pieces of Halliwell-Horner’s life are woven into Rosie Frost. The abrupt passing of her father in 1993 informed Rosie's own struggles with grief. 'I didn’t realize it until after I wrote it,' she says. 'I went, 'Oh my God, you’ve written what you experienced.
"'And just as Rosie is bullied by some of her blueblood classmates for being a scholarship kid, Halliwell-Horner for a time attended a privileged grammar school where even teachers reminded her that she was lucky to be there.'"