Geri Horner looked dapper in an all-white ensemble when she stepped out to the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey on Monday.
The Spice Girl, 50, who is an ambassador for the Royal Commonwealth Society, chose an elegant wool coat with gold buttons for the event.
The network, founded in 1868, extends to 54 countries in the Commonwealth and advocates for literacy, equality, inclusion and environmental issues.
Geri previously worked alongside the Princess of Wales and David Walliams to launch the Commonwealth Essay Competition.
The singer joined members of the royal family at the event, donning her signature simple outfit in cream tones.
STYLISH: Geri Horner, 50, looked dapper in an all-white ensemble when she stepped out to the Commonwealth Day Service at Westminster Abbey on Monday
Stylish: The Spice Girl, who is an ambassador for the Royal Commonwealth Society, chose an elegant gold-buttoned wool coat for the event
Jerry teamed her smart jacket with white wide-leg pants and elevated her height with some stilettos.
She capped off the look by styling her hair into soft curls and carrying a Gucci handbag cross-body.
After joining the society in 2020, Jerry said in a statement via social media: ‘I am delighted to become an inaugural Ambassador of the Royal Commonwealth Society.
“Throughout my life, I have been a firm believer in the power of working together and breaking down barriers.”
The award-winning songwriter has been heavily involved in humanitarian work throughout her career, using her platform to highlight and raise awareness about issues like breast cancer and poor mental health.
Ginger Spice joined King Charles, Prince William, the Queen Consort and the Princess of Wales at the annual service.
Also in attendance were the new Duke and Duchess of Edinburgh, Edward, Sophie and Princess Anne.
The theme for this year’s Commonwealth Day is ‘Forging a Sustainable and Peaceful Shared Future’, something the King himself has highlighted with words that echo his campaign on the issue as Prince of Wales.
Causes: The network, founded in 1868, spans 54 Commonwealth countries and advocates for literacy, equality, inclusion and environmental issues.
Amazing: Geri previously worked alongside the Princess of Wales and David Walliams to launch the Commonwealth Essay Competition
Inside, King Charles ascended to the great pulpit as he paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth’s pride in the “family of nations,” describing it as a force for good in areas such as climate change and biodiversity loss, as well as economic cooperation and health.
The late queen did not deliver her letter herself. Instead it was printed in the service program.
It is understood that the new king – who also succeeded his mother as head of the Commonwealth – was keen to personally celebrate her death, in addition to his inauguration speech.
Speaking to the 2,000-strong congregation, the King said: ‘Commonwealth Day was an occasion of particular pride for my beloved mother, the late Queen – a treasured opportunity to celebrate the Commonwealth family, to whose service she devoted her long and remarkable life.
A wardrobe staple: The singer joined members of the royal family at the event, donning her signature simple outfit in cream tones
Stunning: Jerry teamed her smart jacket with white wide-leg pants and elevated her height with some stilettos.
The Royal Family: Ginger Spice joined Prince William and the Princess of Wales at the annual service
“After succeeding Her Majesty as Head of the Commonwealth, I draw great strength from her example, along with all that I have learned from the extraordinary people I have met, throughout the Commonwealth, over many years.
The Commonwealth has been a constant in my own life, yet its diversity continues to surprise and inspire me. Her near limitless potential as a force for good in the world demands our highest ambition; Its sheer size challenges us to unite and be bold.
The Commonwealth is a worldwide network of countries formed in the dying days of the British Empire but which has proved so enduring that new members without empirical ties have joined it.
Member states have shared economic, environmental, social and democratic goals, and have a combined population of 2.4 billion, nearly a third of the world’s population, more than 60 percent of whom are under the age of 30.
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