Geri Haliwell-Horner knows how to cause a stir with her fashion choices and her latest ensemble on Wednesday didn't disappoint.
The former Spice Girl, 51, was a vision as she stepped out for a rare TV appearance on hit US talk show, Jimmy Fallon. Geri put her sky-high legs on full display, wearing a figure-flattering white mini-dress for the exciting moment, which she matched with a pair of daring pointed-toe heels.
Captioning two photos from the evening, she penned: "So much fun on @fallontonight! Thanks for having me @jimmyfallon — such a pleasure to meet you (and @questlove and @tarajiphenson!) Tune in TONIGHT," alongside a white love heart emoji.
The dazzling ivory ensemble featured a pussy-bow detail around the star's neck and was embellished with round buttons in the same pure-white hue.
As for her hair, the popstar swept her iconic fiery red tresses back into an elegant soft ponytail which was perfectly accentuated with a chic black bow. The tousled style was the perfect choice for her appearance, with two front sections of her left out to frame her camera-ready face.
Geri's flawless makeup look was comprised of her usual go-tos; fluttery mascara, warm bronzer, and nude lipstick.
Friends and fans flocked to the comments section to share their messages for the star. "You are stunningly beautiful. I purchased your audiobook today. Texas loves you!" One fan penned. A second added: "Wow Geri, you're amazing!" Meanwhile, a third replied: "My favourite Spice Girl," alongside a slew of red love heart emojis.
In the photo, host Jimmy was holding a copy of Geri's latest book, Rosie Frost and the Falcon Queen, which came out this week.
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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.'"
Geri also explained in the interview: "When I was a little girl, I felt quite on the outside of things, I remember not having money".
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The magazine added: "The books of C. S. Lewis transported her to other worlds when her parents couldn’t afford vacations; the public romance of Princess Diana and Prince Charles made her believe that fairy tales could come true."