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Geri Horner, 49, has faced backlash after posing in a photo of herself alongside Conservative minister Nadine Dorries. The culture secretary shared the snap in full view of her 152,600 followers on Sunday as the two attended the women’s Euro 2022 final between England and Germany.
She captioned the post: “Girl power radiating from Wembley tonight.”
Fans were furious that Geri would pose with Nadine after the politician’s various stances on certain social issues.
Many fans specifically pointed out Dorries’ history of voting against gay marriage and “only recently demonising the trans community”.
Twitter user, @notboysean tweeted: “Geri really does do everything she can to p*** on her legacy. Madness.”
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@jxcjf joked: “Geri really slammed the left and shook her self to the right huh.”
James wrote: “It’s actually crazy how one woman has the power to make me think less of an actual Spice Girl. Such a shame that @GeriHalliwell wanted a photo with that awful human being!”
The upset at the picture comes despite Geri receiving an honorary doctorate award from Sheffield Hallam University.
It was for her work championing children, young people and women’s rights in June.
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The 49-year-old singer, known to fans as Ginger Spice, said it was a “great privilege” to be honoured.
She went on to describe education as a “superpower” speaking to Express and Star.
She will collect her award at a degree ceremony during Sheffield Hallam’s graduation fortnight in November, where more than 12,000 students will be graduating from the university.
Geri recently visited the campus to meet vice-chancellor, Professor Sir Chris Husbands, and students in media, arts and communication.
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