Geri Horner has urged girls to treat themselves “with compassion”.

Geri Horner

Geri Horner

The 46-year-old singer desires girls everywhere to take stress off themselves and not be also self-essential, as she says that will “inspire” them to “be a superior version” of themselves.

She stated: “You have to treat oneself with compassion. That inspires you to be a superior version of oneself. We reside in a quick globe which has stunning advantages but also has hurdles.”

And the Spice Girls star – who has daughter Bluebell, 12, with Sacha Gervasi and son Monty, two, with husband Christian Horner – says that her life nevertheless is not “fantastic”, but she’s discovered to accept that it really is “okay” to have flaws.

She added: “I have a complete life but it really is a great one particular. It really is stunning but it really is not fantastic, and that is OK. When I give myself permission not to be fantastic then it really is OK.

“From previous ­experience it in no way operates when I am slightly strict, imply or also objective-orientated. It really is about ­achievable ambitions then you could finish up undertaking much more and have a fantastic time.”

The ‘Wannabe’ hitmaker also urged girls to speak up against gender inequality, in particular in the wake of the #MeToo movement, which encourages folks to come forward if they’ve been sexually assaulted or harassed.

Geri stated: “I really feel like the concern of how girls are treated has often been there but it really is now come to the forefront, we’ve opened our eyes to it, that is the only distinction now.

“Ladies in the previous have gone via what has occurred to the girls who are ­speaking up now. I am genuinely proud these ­women are speaking up simply because that is how points transform.”

And Geri hopes that the Spice Girls – who are set to embark on a reunion tour this year – can continue to “instil self-confidence and like” in girls everywhere.

Speaking to the Sunday Folks newspaper, she stated: “The only point we can set up is self-confidence and like. I like that girls ­connect the notion of girl energy with me and the Spice Girls.”