Range Rover Mum who rammed Insulate Britain protesters does meet and greets

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The 'Range Rover Mum' who shot to fame after trying to ram Insulate Britain protesters with her car is now doing nightclub meet and greets.

Sherrilyn Speid from Grays, Essex, appeared in clips on social media in October driving her car into the climate activists as she declared she was trying to get her "son to school".

The 34-year-old announced her latest endeavour on Instagram to her 15,300 followers, sharing a poster for an event for December 17.

The event, called Winter Affairs, will take place at the Kings Bull near Barking station in London, and will feature a number of DJs as well as the recent viral sensation.

Sherrilyn wrote in the caption: "Hi guys, ill be joining @londoneye360 Winter Affairs for their Christmas party & would love to meet you all. Come say hi & celebrate with me, this will be the party of the year."

Fans of the mum were quick to share their excitement in the comments, with several leaving streams of fire emojis.

One fan simply said: "I have to meet Range Rover mum."

"Now this sounds good!!!!" said another.

Others congratulated Sherrilyn on her rapid rise to fame.

"Go on lass! Absolutely slaying it! Ya deserve it all keep it rollin in," said one.

"Nahhhhh on my life I rate you you’re turning it into fame and success," added another.

This latest announcement comes after Range Rover Mum launched a line of customised merchandise celebrating the clip that made her go viral.

She posted on Instagram that she would be be selling hoodies (£36.76), cropped hoodies (£25.82), mugs (£12.54), leggings (£33.19) and indoor cushions (various prices) all tagged with a Range Rover Mum design.

Speaking to LADbible at the time, she 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.

"My merch is based on empowerment, female empowerment. It's the 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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