Geri Horner has 'scary' run-in with a feisty queen bee in new Rainbow Woman episode
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SUN 10 JAN 2021: This week’s Rainbow Woman adventure sees Geri Horner (née Halliwell) coming face to face with a ‘scary’ queen bee as she learns about the secret lives of nature’s hardest working pollinators. Watch Episode 10 – ‘Queen Bee’ – on Geri’s YouTube channel here.
Guided by her curiosity and wholehearted love of nature, Geri follows a beekeeper to meet two queen bees ruling busy hives with very different personalities.
“I am a bit scared, I’m not going to lie,” she said while donning an all-white beekeeper’s costume.
“The first hive is more of a Ginger hive – friendly, the queen bee comes out when she has to, and says ‘hi’,” Geri buzzed. “The second one… is absolutely ferocious but getting a really good job done. It’s in all of us. Make friends with both parts.”
“I think the truth is, we all want to feel like the queen in our own lives,” she concluded. “No matter who you are, you want to feel like the queen. Even if you’re a boy.”
Written, directed and executive produced by Geri, Rainbow Woman is a collection of vibrant vignettes following her on big and little adventures, each hued with humour and their own message of hope and positivity. A new episode will be unveiled every Sunday on Geri’s YouTube channel with bonus content for fans to follow. Subscribe to Geri’s channel here.
Rainbow Woman also features some new, original music by Geri, who has written several unforgettable hits that have soundtracked our lives with the Spice Girls and as a solo artist.
Brit Award-winning singer-songwriter and best-selling author Geri Horner (née Halliwell) made her mark on popular culture as part of the most successful female band in the world, Spice Girls, with over 80 million records sold worldwide. She was also one of the most successful female solo artists of the millennium, with 21 million records sold worldwide and four UK No. 1 singles. Geri is a best-selling author behind two autobiographies and children’s book series Ugenia Lavender, and she is currently completing a novel for pre-teens. Throughout her career, Geri has used her voice to uplift and empower others through her charity and humanitarian work. She served as a UN Good Will Ambassador for 10 years, and for over 20 years, she has been an Ambassador for The Prince’s Trust and ChildLine, and a Patron of Breast Cancer Now. In 2020, she was appointed as an augural Ambassador for the Royal Commonwealth Society.
Source The Outside Organisation
January 10, 2021 10:56am ET by The Outside Organisation