Now Victoria Beckham Says There Won't Be A Spice Girls Reunion

More importantly, the Spice Girls strongly feel that their message and everything that they represent on behalf of women should be passed down to future generations.

Victoria Beckham recently enjoyed an ADORABLE moment with her family at the end of her NY catwalk show.

The former Spice Girl unveiled her first collection in NY in 2008 in the uneviable position of being dubbed the world's worst dressed celebrity. "It was so great to see the girls".

Victoria Beckham has confirmed that no reunion tour is happening for the Spice Girls this year thus many fans of the former British girl band were disappointed.

The Spice Girls were a 1990s phenomenon with hits including "Wannabe".

Speaking with Vogue during her fall/winter 2018 collection show at New York Fashion Week over the weekend, she said, "I'm not going on tour".

Aside from Beckham and Horner, the group consisted of, Mel "Scary Spice" Brown, Melanie "Sporty Spice" Chisholm and Emma "Baby Spice" Bunton. We had such a fun lunch.

It all started out with a few Instagram posts of the five girls meeting up in London to discuss what they'll do - and it's safe to say the internet went mental for it.

And with talks that things aren't so rosey in the house of Beckham after David revealed he's moving to Miami to start up his own soccer team, at least this little side-line Spice project will keep Vicky B preoccupied away from her kids and fashion line.

The future looks bright: After the photos hit social media, the group's combined on-demand audio and video streams in the US gained by 18 percent in the week ending February 8, according to Nielsen Music, rising to 2.4 million streams.

The Spice Girls rose to fame in the 90s. Beckham is busy with her clothing brand.

Later, in a statement, the group confirmed that they are getting back together.

Vanessa Coleman