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Sherrilyn 'Range Rover Mum' Speid - who received national attention after driving her car into Insulate Britain protesters - has announced she's doing meet-and-greets this Christmas.
Speid, 34, went viral after video footage showed her asking Insulate Britain protestors to move as she tried to take her son to school last month, eventually ending up getting back in her car and bumping into the back of the campaigners as they sat in the middle of the road.
She initially announced a meet-and-greet date at Kings Bull in London, but the venue later had to be changed due to 'unwanted attention'.
Her original post on 18 November said: "Hi guys, I'll be joining Winter Affairs @londoneye360 for their Christmas party and would love to meet you all. Come and say hi and celebrate with me, this will be the party of the year."
Reposting a new flyer today, Speid said fans would be able to meet her at a 'secret location' on 17 December, writing: "Due to unwanted attention we had to change the location.
"Can't wait to party with everyone, follow the link in my bio for tickets. This is gonna be the party of the year."
An event description on Eventbrite - where tickets are listed from
£15.68 to £31.31 - reads: "Fill up your stockings and get primed for a next level dose of Christmas spirit.
"Londoneye360 returns to present you with Winter Affairs the last party of the year, partnering up with Under The Influence and Range Rover Mum for a Festive special with more vibes on vibes than you've ever seen before."
Speid, from Grays, Essex, rose to viral fame after footage showed her screaming at two women sat in front of her Range Rover, asking them to move so she could take her 11-year-old son to school.
One of the women blocking the road could also be heard saying 'sorry' and that she 'understood', but ultimately refused to move out of the way.
This is when Speid got back into her car and bumped into the back of the protesters, with one of them shouting out in pain.
She later told the Sun that she isn't a violent person, but felt 'upset' that she lost her temper.
Speid then went on to launch her very own line of 'R.R.M' merchandise, which includes hoodies (£36.76), cropped hoodies (£25.82), mugs (£12.54), leggings (£33.19) and indoor cushions.
Speaking to LADbible, Speid said: "I actually didn't think of the merch myself, it was the public that asked me to make the merch.
"They come to me, messaged me, and they suggested it and they actually designed it as well.
"The merch is based on empowerment, female empowerment. It's to raise aspirations and inspire people that even if you're a single mum you can still go out there and you can still set up businesses and make something of yourself."
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