Geri Halliwell adopts two baby lionsMay 3rd, 2009 - 2:56 pm ICT by ANI
London, May 03 (ANI): Former Spice Girl Geri Halliwell has adopted two lion cubs.
The singer has adopted the pair of rare white lions, a boy and a girl, and has named them Rudi and Aphrodite.
“I’m passionate about wildlife conversation, I love animals, especially lions. I’m delighted to add Rudi and Aphrodite to my family,” News of the World quoted Halliwell as saying.
However, the 36-year-old will only have a certificate to take home to her other baby - daughter Bluebell Madonna, three.
The baby lions will have to remain at Paradise Wildlife Park where they were born.
However, the wildlife centre in Hertfordshire will let her have access and give her regular updates on their progress.
Park owner Peter Sampson said: “They are amazing parents, given this is their first litter. We would also like to thank Geri for her kind support.” (ANI)
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