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Celebrity pays flying visit to Jet Age Museum

A celebrity added a touch of spice to the Jet Age Museum at Gloucestershire Airport.

Former Spice Girl Geri Horner (Ginger Spice) came to the Jet Age Museum with her children Bluebell and Monty for a family day out.

They arrived in a helicopter which landed by the museum at Gloucestershire Airport.

Geri and her family had heard of the Jet Age Museum and wanted to visit. They arrived by helicopter at 2pm and the volunteers hosted Geri, her children, their nanny and two helicopter pilots for about an hour.

During her time at the museum Geri was interested in the exhibits and took pictures for posting on her Instagram account.

They all enjoyed the visit learning about Gloucestershire's aviation history. Geri's four-year-old son Monty was extremely interested and asked a lot of questions about aircraft.

After visiting the gift shop the party left by air.

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