GERI Horner made £3.5 million in two years despite the Spice Girls' reunion being cancelled, The Sun can reveal.
The 48-year-old star is still raking in the cash from the band that made her famous back in the '90s.
New accounts for her company Wonderful Productions have just been released, revealing that Geri made a £122,000 profit in year ending 31 August 2020.
She paid herself £200,000 in dividends, which equates to a generous £547 per day.
The star also bought £647,000's worth of stocks and shares.
Geri has retained a healthy £3,070,247 in her company, including an impressive £2,495,124 in cash.
It is the second bumper year in a row for the business, with the mother-of-two banking £3,356,703 in profit in 2019.
She paid herself £212,500 in dividends at the time.
This means that in just two years, Geri's company has made £3.5 million in profit – and she has personally banked £412,000.
The Sun previously revealed that the Spice Girls planned to hit the road for a massive world tour in 2021 – without fifth member Victoria Beckham.
This was to mark their 25th anniversary, with Geri, Mel B, Mel C, and Emma Bunton all preparing to perform across America, Europe, and Australia – while also making a movie about their exciting year.
However, the ongoing coronavirus pandemic means that the plans were not possible, so the girls have been unable to emulate the incredible success of their 2019 reunion.
Geri famously quit the Spice Girls in 1998, when she embarked on a solo career.
However, she has been proudly involved in all of the group's reunions over the years.
The singer married Formula One racer Christian Horner in 2015, who she shares four-year-old son Montague with.
Geri is also mum to 15-year-old daughter Bluebell with ex Sacha Gervasi, and stepmum to Christian's daughter Olivia.
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