Geri Horner is reportedly determined to wear “age-appropriate costumes” during the Spice Girls’ comeback tour

The 46-year-old pop star turned heads with some of her eye-popping outfits in the ’90s – including her famous Union Jack dress – but she is now keen to adopt a more conservative look for the group’s much-hyped reunion.

A source explained: “All the girls have fully embraced this zeitgeist reunion, even if it means wearing clothes they wouldn’t ­necessarily pluck from their own wardrobes.

“But Geri is a married woman, with kids of her own, and isn’t so keen to revert back to the Ginger Spice of old.

“Understandably she wants to look more age-appropriate. She doesn’t want to be prancing around the stage in a sequinned Union Flag minidress with her boobs out and wearing leather knee-high boots.

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“Fans have been taking the mick out of her sedate, lady-of-the-manor look while even the girls have made a couple of jokey remarks about her posh new Boden housewife aesthetic.”

Acclaimed theatrical designer Gabriella Slade has been chosen to select the outfits for the band’s comeback tour.

But Geri – who has kids Bluebell, 12, and Montague, two – is keen to present a more refined image of herself

Speaking to The Sun on Sunday newspaper, the insider shared: “Gabriella has done a brilliant job on the costume front, and she and Geri have provisionally agreed on a more refined yet theatrical version of that [Union Jack] dress.”

Meanwhile, it was recently reported that Mel C is taking the lead when it comes to the Spice Girls’ musical direction for their tour.

The singer – who is known as Sporty Spice in the group – has made it her “priority” to ensure that she and her bandmates Geri, Mel B and Emma Bunton’s vocals are in tip-top shape by using the same musical director she worked alongside on her solo music.

A source said: “The girls each have a House of Spice theme, complete with groups of dancers branded as Baby, Scary, Ginger and Sporty, which will certainly entertain.

“But Mel insisted she [bring] in a musical director she has worked closely with on her solo material, to boost the vocal performances and make sure the music hits the right note.”

Author: BANG Showbiz