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05/12/2006 at 01:00 PM ET

0200621012000Former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell, 33, who is due at the end of May, was photographed while taking a walk in a London park. Although she initially said that she was not going to find out the sex of her baby, sources now say Geri knows that she’s having a boy, while the tabloids report that it’s a girl. Geri previously said that she loved the names Leonardo for a boy and Stella for a girl. Wonder if she’ll stick with her choice?

George Michael also recently threw Geri a baby shower. In attendance were Emma "Baby" Bunton and Melanie "Sporty" Chisholm. Victoria "Posh" Beckham couldn’t make it, but sent a gift. No word on Melanie "Scary" Brown though!

Source: The Sun

Thanks to CBB readers Chloe, Deanna, Shamaila, and Mary Beth.


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gargoylegurl on

She looks like she’s about to pop! I hope she’s not too uncomfortable! The last few weeks are so rough, at least for me anyway.

As for whether or not Melanie “Scary” Brown attended her baby shower, I’m wondering if maybe she wasn’t invited? I recently read that Geri and her are not very close.

Erin on

Mel B & Geri have always had a bad relationship so I don’t think she was invited. It became even worse after the band broke-up because Mel, if I remember correctly, made some nasty comments about her.

Anyway, I just cannot picture Geri as a mom! Can’t wait for the baby to be born though – wonder if it will have red hair? =)

As far as the names… I love Stella for a girl =) Leonardo for a boy is not bad either =)

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