Red Bull’s principal is her husband.  

Geri Horner, in all-white, looked stunning while admiring Christian, Red Bull’s driver at Sunday’s Abu Dhabi Grand Prix.

The Spice Girl (49) was excited to appear on Sky Sports and talked about her pride after 48-year-old husband’s history-making successes, calling him “the best team principal” 

Chic: Geri Horner, 49, looked chic in all-white while gushing over husband Christian as his Red Bull driver Max Verstappen won the Formula 1 World Championship, on Sunday

Sky Sports asked Geri for her thoughts on the interview.

“It is a testimony to how great a team they are and great strategy. Max was brilliant. Checo [Sergio Perez]This was extraordinary.

“And they have the best team principal, I must say!”

Later, she said: “Forgive my being honest, Christian told me this was the hardest year he has ever had. However, they were such a great team that they pulled together.”

Proud: Appearing on Sky Sports, the Spice Girl beamed with excitement and spoke of her 'pride' after her husband's history-making success

Proud: The Spice Girl, who appeared on Sky Sports, exuded excitement as she spoke about her pride after the history-making successes of her husband.

Overjoyed: While being interviewed by Sky Sports, Geri gushed: 'I'm just really proud of him... 'They've got the best team principal - I have to say!'

Overjoyed: While being interviewed by Sky Sports, Geri gushed: ‘I’m just really proud of him… ‘They’ve got the best team principal – I have to say!’

Geri uploaded an Instagram video before the race started, showing herself on the Abu Dhabi track.

She sent her best wishes to her husband, and all the Red Bull Team members, “because they are deserving it.”

Geri took photographs of her husband with the trophy after the thrilling final Grand Prix race and posted them on Facebook. She wrote, “So proud of your”

The singer also included a selfie of herself stood  in the pits alongside Christian and racer Sergio Perez.    

Supportive: Before the race began, Geri uploaded a video of herself at the track in Abu Dhabi and wished her husband and the whole Red Bull team good luck 'because they deserve it'

Supportive: Before the race began, Geri uploaded a video of herself at the track in Abu Dhabi and wished her husband and the whole Red Bull team good luck ‘because they deserve it’

Proud: Following the gripping final Grand Prix race of the year, Geri shared photographs of her husband holding the trophy and celebrating, and wrote: 'So proud of you'

Proud: Following the gripping final Grand Prix race of the year, Geri shared photographs of her husband holding the trophy and celebrating, and wrote: ‘So proud of you’

Celebrations: Geri shared snaps of her husband celebrating the victory

Geri shared photos from her husband’s celebrations

After being overcome by Max Verstappen, Lewis Hamilton lost the eighth World Championship.  

After taking over the Red Bull driver at first corner, the British driver was the winner of the race. However, a safety car meant that the Dutchman could retake the title.

Hamilton looked to be enjoying a comfortable eighth championship run, but Williams driver Nicholas Latifi was unable to keep up with Mick Schumacher and crashed into the wall with five laps to go.

Initially, a virtual safety car was called. Red Bull and Verstappen used this opportunity to pit for new soft tyres. Hamilton couldn’t help but keep his track position and avoid the deteriorating hard tires.

Race Control called a safety car, which gathered the rest of the field, and almost ended Hamilton’s lead.  

In the thick of it: The singer also included a selfie of herself stood in the pits alongside Christian and racer Sergio Perez

In the thick of it: The singer also included a selfie of herself stood in the pits alongside Christian and racer Sergio Perez

Champion! Red Bull's Max Verstappen pipped Lewis Hamilton to his first World Championship on the final lap of the race in Abu Dhabi

Champion! Red Bull’s Max Verstappen defeated Lewis Hamilton on the last lap in Abu Dhabi.

The safety car was removed from the track after only one lap, leaving Hamilton and Verstappen fighting to win the title.

Hamilton lost to the Dutchman at five. The Dutchman won his first World Championship despite all British efforts.   

Verstappen shouted in elation, and was immediately surrounded his Red Bull pit crew.

Hamilton was dejected and sat for several minutes in his Mercedes, in shock at the events of the last laps.  

The podium: Red Bull's Max Verstappen celebrated winning the race and the world championship with the Netherlands flag on the podium

Red Bull’s Max Vertappen celebrates winning the race with Red Bull and the world championship. The podium was decorated by the Netherlands flag.