Date of birth: August 6, 1972 (Age 46)

Full name: Geraldine Estelle Dorner née Halliwell

Birthplace: Watford, Hertfordshire, England

Height: 5’ 2” (156 cm)

Weight: 119 lbs (54 kg)

Geri Halliwell's height, weight and age

Geri Halliwell body measurements

Bra size: 32C (US)

Bust: 33” (84 cm)

Waist: 24” (63 cm)

Hips: 34” (86 cm)

Dress size: 6 (US)/36 (EU)

Shoe size: 5 (US)/35 ½ (EU)

Hair color: Dyed Blonde

Eye color: Blue

Geri Halliwell's eyes and hair color


“Girl power” icon Geri Halliwell identifies as many things. She has not only marked tremendous success as a singer-songwriter with a famed quintet and as a solo artist but also thrived graciously as a fashion designer, model, author, TV personality and actress.

Before music, she worked as a glamour model, danced in a Majorca nightclub and presented Let’ Make a Deal for Turkish viewers. In 1994, she was one of the 5 young ladies selected from a pool of 400 to become the girl group, Spice Girls and in 1996, they introduced themselves to the world with the song, Wannabe that became a chart-topper in 37 countries.

Her fame and celebrated status came as a result of being a member of Spice Girls (the highest selling girl band ever) and went by the moniker “Ginger Spice”. She also did extremely well for herself as a solo act, selling 90 million records in total (15 million as a solo artist) with songs like It’s Raining Men, Ride It and Lift Me Up.

Even after birthing 2 children and in her late 40s, Geri still carries an impressively smoking body, slim with nicely-ripped abs that she is not afraid to show off as she still takes photos of herself in bikinis. She once suffered from a life-threatening bulimia that saw her weigh as little as 96 lbs before seeking medical help on Robbie Williams’ advice.

Geri Halliwell's body measurements

She also revealed that she has been practicing yoga for over 2 decades now and doing it twice a week was enough to rid her off baby fat. Evidently, she was ginger-haired previously but decided to go blonde as soon as she became a celebrated figure.






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