Geri Horner has certainly been on something of a style journey since her Spice Girl days. Gone are the towering platform boots and garish colours – today the 45-year-old is more likely to be spotted in smart designer outfits and understated palettes. And she certainly didn't disappoint at Sunday's Monaco Grand Prix, where she looked gorgeous in a simple navy frock featuring a fitted top and skater-style skirt, which perfectly showed off her yoga-defined figure. The mum-of-two accessorised with navy wedge sandals and silver hoop earrings.
Geri and her husband, F1 boss Christian horner, appeared to be enjoying themselves at the event
The singer, who has long been famed for her flame red hair, wore her locks in loose waves and kept her makeup simple with light smokey eyes, natural skin and a pink lip. Geri looked relaxed and happy as she chatted with winning driver Daniel Riccardio and consoled runner-up Lewis Hamilton.
Geri congratulates winning driver Daniel Riccardio
Geri regularly shows off her toned figure in elegant outfits, and earlier this year was spotted wearing a bargain PVC Topshop mini skirt while arriving at the BBC Radio 2 studios in London. She teamed the zip-front skirt with an all-black ensemble, including a turtleneck top, coat, and knee high suede boots.
The star is married to F1 boss Christian Horner, and the pair tied the knot in May 2015 before welcoming their baby son, Monty, in January 2017. Geri is also a mum to 11-year-old daughter Bluebell Madonna, whose father is her former partner, screenwriter Sacha Gervasi, and stepmum to Christian’s daughter Olivia.
In an exclusive interview with HELLO! in August last year, Geri described little Monty as a "gift". She said: "He really is the sweetest, most affectionate baby– such a cuddler – and I totally understand now that protective thing mums have with their sons; that deep-rooted feeling of 'That's my boy'.” She also shared her hopes at having more children. "There's room for another one, for sure, and if that happened that would be great," she said. "But either way is okay. We've got our hands pretty full and we're very grateful for what we have."