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Geri Halliwell’s wedding lacks a few Spices

Published 15/05/2015

Geri Halliwell and Christian Horner
Geri Halliwell and Christian Horner

Victoria Beckham has apologised to Geri Halliwell after missing her wedding day to Christian Horner.

The 42-year-old singer wed Formula One boss Christian Horner in London in front of friends and family.

But while Baby Spice Emma Bunton was there to support Geri on her special day, Scary Spice Mel B, Posh Spice Victoria and Sporty Spice Mel C were absent from the nuptials due to being out of the country.

Victoria pass on her congratulations to the newlyweds, writing on Twitter: “Sending u love and happiness.Im so sad I couldn't be with you on your special day x I love u x."

Victoria is in Singapore for a press tour of her latest collection, Mel C was busy judging the Asia’s Got Talent final, and Mel B is believed to have been in Los Angeles.

The two Mels have yet to tweet Geri on her wedding day.

Geri looked incredible in a long-sleeved lace couture gown, reminiscent of the one Kate Middleton wore to wed Prince William, from Phillipa Lepley, as she became Mrs Horner.

The stunning singer teamed the dress with a long veil as she arrived at St Mary’s Church in Woburn for the ceremony.

Among her bridal party was Geri’s nine-year-old daughter Bluebell, and Emma’s two sons Tate and Beau, who looked adorable as little page boys.

After Geri and Christian said their vows, they posed outside the church for their first kiss as a married couple.

They were then taken to their wedding reception venue in a stunning Rolls Royce car.

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