The Spice Girl made the comments in a new BBC documentary celebrating the Queen’s seven decades on the throne called The Queen: 70 Glorious Years.
The documentary sees a variety of famous faces reflect on the Queen’s reign and how life has changed throughout her years as monarch, including how life changed for women in the 1990s.
The decade of “girl power” was famously encapsulated by The Spice Girls when they burst onto the music scene in 1996.
Geri said: “The Spice Girls were speaking for a generation of how we were feeling in that era.
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“That you are enough, you are good enough.
“We need encouragement from each other, and rather than a put down a pull up saying, ‘Come on girl you can do it’.”
“The Queen is the ultimate ambassador of girl power. She is a huge example to us all,” she continued.
Geri has previously spoken of her admiration for the Queen in an interview celebrating the monarch’s 94th birthday.
Speaking to British Vogue, Geri confessed that her life motto when she feels stuck is: “What would the Queen do?”
The programme also touched on Betty Boothroyd becoming Speaker of the House of Commons, Stella Rimmington being made the head of MI5 and the Anglican Church voting to ordain its first female priests.
The Queen celebrates her 70th anniversary on the throne today (Sunday 6th February) and the Palace marked the occasion by releasing a photo of her Majesty smiling while wearing a lime green dress as she sits in a patterned chair in front of a red briefcase.
As she marks becoming the longest reigning monarch with the snap, Her Majesty also paid a sweet tribute to her late father King George VI.
As the Royal Family shared the image on their official Twitter page, they wrote: “This photograph has been released to mark Accession Day 2022: the 70th anniversary of Her Majesty’s reign and the start of her #PlatinumJubilee year. #HM70”.
In another tweet, they discussed the iconic red briefcase placed in front of Her Majesty.
They wrote: “Her Majesty is seen with one of her famous red boxes. Over the past 70 years, The Queen has received daily papers from her Private Secretaries, in person or via a red despatch box.”
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