Spice Girl and author Geri Halliwell-Horner showed her appreciation for nurses at West Herts Hospitals with an invitation to the launch of her book Rosie Frost and the Falcon Queen. The special event was held at the Tower of London on the evening of Tuesday 10 October.
Geri has a personal connection to West Herts NHS, having been born at Watford General and contacted Raise with the special invitation.
The evening began with an exclusive after-hours tour of the Tower, followed by a reception where Geri gave a shout out to our ‘amazing’ nurses.
Pictured above meeting Geri from left to right are: Deputy chief nurse Michelle Hope, midwives Jess Beatty, Claire Porter and Lucy Joyce, shared professional decision making and Magnet4Europe facilitator Tracy Bennett, patient and carer experience nurse Andrea Hone, midwife Hannah Farrelly, paediatric nurse Kimberly Morales, dementia specialist nurse Katie Vovrosh and senior sister Julianne Miranda
Geri Halliwell-Horner said: “I feel so honoured to be able to celebrate my new novel Rosie Frost and The Falcon Queen with everyone here tonight at the Tower of London. This evening really is more than just a book launch for me, it’s about celebrating modern day Falcon Queens, inspiring and courageous women like our amazing nurses and midwives here with us tonight! It feels like a dream come true to finally be able to share Rosie Frost with everyone.”
Deputy chief nurse Michelle Hope said: “It was a real treat and a good boost to morale for all our nurses and midwives who joined us.”