Geri Horner has reportedly trademarked the name Rainbow Women as she prepares to release a children's book series.
The Spice Girl, 48, is said to have decided to focus on the new series which will celebrate LGBTQ+ people while she takes a step back from her music career, according to a report from The Sun on Friday.
A source speaking to the publication claimed: 'Rainbow Woman will build on the Spice Girls' "girl power" legacy but will also celebrate diversity and LGBTQ people, which she has long been a supporter of.
Literary pursuits: Geri Horner 'trademarks Rainbow Women as she prepares to release new children's book series while taking a break from her music career', it was reported on Friday
'Geri is all about love and acceptance so it's important for that to be at the centre of everything she does.
'She recently filed legal documents to protect the name Rainbow Woman and has been hard at work on the project.'
The source added Geri hopes to release the first book in the series in time for the festive season, and added that even during lockdown she's managed to write a lot of the series.
MailOnline has contacted Geri's representatives for comment.
Exciting: The Spice Girl (pictured in 1997) is said to have decided to focus on the new series which will celebrate LGBTQ+ people, and she hopes to release the first book at Christmas
Despite the possibility of Geri focusing more on her literary pursuits, her writing comes amid reports she could reunite with her Spice Girls bandmates for another tour next year to celebrate the girl group's 25th Anniversary.
Talking to Zoe Ball on her Radio 2 Breakfast Show recently, Geri's bandmate Mel C was grilled about the rumours of another reunion with bandmates Mel B, and Emma Bunton in 2021.
Fifth member Victoria Beckham turned down the 2019 tour as she wanted to