Geri Halliwell's Preschool Pickup

07/17/2009 at 05:00 PM ET
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Geri Halliwell and Bluebell Madonna, 3, share a smile as the Spice Girl picks her daughter up from preschool in North London on Monday.

We love the pair’s cotton sundresses!

That evening, Geri and her little girl flew to the United States, landing in Los Angeles on Tuesday.

Bluebell wears Pom Dapi Metallic Rose Velcro Sandal ($46).

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Amber on

Pink and pigtails. Love it!
Geri looks awesome!

Juliet on

Bluebell is so cute.

liz on

she is the cutest little girl!

lovato999 on

Bluebell is beautiful!!! She looks like the future version of my daughter Lillyann.

Ella on

They are both so cute. I’d LOVE to have Geri’s white dress – wonder who makes it?

Bluebell is my favourite celeb baby – she always look adorable, girly and well dressed.

Geri dresses her in the same style I like using on my daughter.

CelebBabyLover on

I wonder why they’re in the U.S.?

Rach on

Bluebell is such a doll, I wonder if she speaks or understands spanish.

12 Weeks Pregnant on

Lovely little Bluebell you’ve got your mums looks!

Meream on

Gerri’s outfit is cute. And I love Bluebell’s hair.🙂

Nikki on

Bluebell looks a lot like Rain Charvet in this photo!

Alex on

This is just a quick question for anyone who would know the difference in the UK/US school systems….what does preschool refer to in the US? Because here the term pretty much covers playgroup and nursery stages. Bluebell would be in nursery now, so I’m just wondering what that would be in the US.

Adele (UK) on

Bluebell is such an adorable little girl!!

Alex, I think the US equivilent of Nursery is preschool as children don’t start school until they are 6 in the US as they go to Pre-school, Pre-K then start at Kindergarten.

Amanda on

She is absolutely adorable! Look at those curls!
In the US schooling really depends on the parents. Public school systems start at kindergarten level and that’s age 5. The soonest they are required to be enrolled in school is 1st grade which is age 6. My oldest daughter went to preschool starting at age 3 and is now about to start kindergarten. We decided against sending our youngest to 3 year old preschool (I’m a stay at home mom) but she will be going to 4 year old kindergarten, which our public school district offers (but many still don’t)

GBM on

What an adorable little girl.

Belinda on

Nice question Annie I was wondering the same thing cause I know in the UK nusery for everyone starts at 3 then at 4 you start primary school and move into reception at 5 your in year one. By the time the kids reach 5 the age they start kindergarten (i think) in the US they have been in the routine for waking up and going to school for almost two years.

Any regarding the pic Bluebell looks so happy and healthy

Hayley on

Wow, she has changed so much in the last few months!! The last time I saw her she had dark short curly hair and was in a pushchair! They don’t stay that size for long! x

kira on

bluebell is such a cute little girl!

sam and freya's mum on

That’s interesting re the schooling in US. Here in NZ it’s generally Kindergarten for two years then school compulsory at 5 in the NZ education system. Start Kindy/Kindergarten at 3, there at ages 3 thru 4 (not compulsory, some kids attend creche or Playcentre instead, until school age, but they can be under 2 years at creche, parents working fulltime type situations mostly I think, as opposed to having to be 3 to attend Kindy; our son did creche for 3 mths or so to prepare him for being left by mum before starting Kindy when he turned 3) and at 5 years they start primary/new entrants school. Our son is 5 early Sept so about to start school! I always found that amusing, people saying ‘school’ when the kid looks small/young because they’re technically still a pre-schooler/3 year old or so, seemed a strange term ‘school’ for older toddlers!, now that makes it clearer, lol…

MZ on

Rach, why would she know Spanish?

stephanie on

Geri’s mother is Spanish, she speaks it herself (though not fluently, I think).

Alex on

Thanks everyone for the interesting points about schooling differences🙂.

MZ – Geri’s mother is Spanish.

Barbara on

What an adorable child!

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