Geri Halliwell & Her Sleeping Bluebell

Geri Halliwell & Her Sleeping Bluebell

Geri Halliwell was seen with her daughter Bluebell Madonna in London, England on Monday (January 10). The two were leaving the London Zoo in Regent’s Park.

Even flashing cameras couldn’t wake up the sleeping 4-year-old!

Things are getting busy for the former Spice Girl. She’s getting ready to release a new single and launch a swimwear line for British chain Next.

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  1. Biankita

    Bluebell will turn 5 in about 5 months. Isn’t it time to abandon this stroller? My daughter is used to walking distances longer than a hundred yards since she turned 3. That was also the time we stopped using that “vehicle”. I mean, is it only me or is it exceptionally common among celebs to manoever their kids around like that until they enter school?

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  2. Emily

    My kids all stopped using a stroller at different times… I insisted on them being in them as long as possible for MY sanity… I always halfjoked that if I had the money for one of the 4 passenger strollers, I would have put my 5, 2,1, and newborn in a stroller to save myself from chasing.

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  3. ben

    Geri looks a fantastic Mum, It’s nice to see her doing what normal mum’s and dad’s do! I for one am looking forward to her new music! Geri always comes up with something that shocks everyone!

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  4. celia

    I lived in NYC, and it is not at all uncommon to see kids who are much too big for strollers to be riding in them. In the case of NYC, people walk extremely fast and when you are in the crowd, YOU need to walk at that pace, which is impossible to do with a small child. I think it is difficult for some of you to imagine. I mean if these people lived in the mid-west and did all their shopping at the local mall, I highly doubt they’d be using strollers. Besides, when you live in a big city you are walking a whole lot! Not just 100 yards, blocks and blocks and blocks… kids wear out after a while. Many times it is much easier to walk it than to find an available taxi! Even if you are a celebrity… ;)

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  5. JMO

    please it’s easier to push then to carry! And the child is sleeping!

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  6. Anonymous

    When visiting London last year, I was unsure whether to take the buggy for my 4 1/2 year old son. He never used it at home for almost a year. I was SO glad that I did, the pace of people, the crazy traffic, the volume of strangers in a strange place for my son. Reall it was no biggie, he was safe and I wasn’t worried. It’s not lioke he started High School in a buggy!

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