Geri & Bluebell Go For A Stroll

Geri & Bluebell Go For A Stroll

Geri Halliwell and her 2-year-old daughter, Bluebell Madonna, blend into the crowd as they spend an afternoon at the Malibu Country Mart shopping center on Sunday. Ginger Spice, just like any other mother, put her little girl into the car seat and then placed the stoller into the back.

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  1. Katrina

    For safety’s purpose, youre supposed to put all belongings in before putting your child in the car, that way if they take off with your car while youre outside of it, they just get the groceries and stuff and not your kids. I usually put everything in while holding her, yes its absurdly hard but id rather not have someone take off with her in the car

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  2. Amanda

    seriously does someone always have to nit pick at a celeb for everything they do that someone doesn’t like?Get off their back,geez they are being photographed and maybe she was in a rush and just wanted to get Bluebell safely in her carseat and then tuck the stroller away rather than leavign Bluebell standing in the parking lot with other cars,ever think of that?

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  3. dea

    The chances of a carjacker vs. kids dashing off from your arms in parking lot (with cars coming from nowhere)..hmmm, I’ll take the latter.

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  4. Amanda

    yes exactly,another good point what if Bluebell as lot of other small kids tend to do run away from mommy and she can’t catch her in time and god forbid a car doesn’t see her?she could be like another celeb kid we’ve seen I.E. Matilda Ledger who runs off ever chance she gets and her mom has to dash off after her.I think putting your child in the car away from harms way is more important,putting stuff away can be done second and its not as if Geri is a hundered feet away and wouldn’t be able to do something if someone did try to car jack her,which in such a public spot with lots of other people and camera’s around I highly doubt anyone would be stupid enough to car jack her or anyone else for that matter.

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  5. Erica S.

    I have to agree with a few of you with small kids, you put them in the car first..But I also have lock my car doors while I load my groceries etc. So its safe both ways…my kid doesn’t run out in the parking lot and my car is safe from being carjacked lol

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  6. what a cutie!!!!

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