Geri Horner shares video of cut face after being attacked by cat

Geri Horner shares video of cut face after being attacked by cat

Geri Horner shares video of cut face after being attacked by cat

Geri Horner is worried she will look a bit battered and bloodied on This Morning’s sofa after a run-in with a cat.

The former Spice Girl – who will guest present the daytime programme on Monday – shared a video on Instagram showing herself with a scratched face.

 

WARNING. AVOID TALLULA! I don't love her anymore ??. Watch the 3 clips why. Will it heal by Monday ? I'm going to be presenting @thismorning

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She told her 463,000 followers on the site: “WARNING. AVOID TALLULA!

“I don’t love her anymore. Watch the 3 clips why.

“Will it heal by Monday ? I’m going to be presenting @thismorning.”

The first clip shows Horner with a scratched lip and chin, as she worries about whether she will have healed by Monday.

A child, presumably the star’s 11-year-old daughter Bluebell can be heard assuring her: “You will be fine. Just put some tissue on it.”

Another piece of footage shows the singer trying to coax a cat out from under a bed.

Horner, 45, previously said she “can’t wait” for her stint on the programme.

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