Published: Thu, February 15, 2018
Entertaiment | By Minnie Bishop

Victoria Beckham says Spice Girls aren't going on reunion tour

Victoria Beckham says Spice Girls aren't going on reunion tour

Speaking to Vogue during a preview of her Autumn/Winter collection at Paris Fashion Week, Beckham, 43, previously said: "I'm not going on tour".

Former footballer David, who has been married to Victoria for nearly 19 years, posted a handsome photo of himself and the kids as they waited for the show to begin. At the time, Beckham was reportedly the only one adamantly against doing music again.

But the Spice Girls have bigger goals.

"We have enjoyed a wonderful afternoon catching-up and reminiscing about the fantastic times we have spent together", they wrote.

Asked what their plans did involve, she said: "There's something so strong in the message of what the Spice Girls stood for". We had a fun lunch.

The Spice Girls may not be going on a world tour, but we're sure whatever they're planning will be seriously exciting. 'It was really, really, really lovely.

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Horner shared similar sentiments with an Instagram post of her own and said, "the future is always spicy!" "The girls aren't going on tour", yesterday.

At just six-years-old, Harper Beckham has a wardrobe most of us can only dream of, with designer labels including Chloe and Marc Jacobs hanging in her wardrobe.

Beckham added that she and the other members of Spice Girls bounced off some ideas. According to Beckham, a "reunion" could materialize in another type of project.

Next season Victoria leaves NY to celebrate in London the 10th anniversary of a label that has transformed her from 1990s pop star into bona fide designer admired by editors and with a loyal following.

The insider explained: "Simon has formulated the idea of a TV talent show based loosely on Take That's Let It Shine, which featured Gary Barlow as a judge which will have a panel that includes one or more of the girls. I think there's so much that the brand can do, and it's such a positive message for young kids".

If you are keen to watch a little Spice Girls reunion, please re-watch their performance at the closing ceremony in London 2012 and CRY!

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