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Mel B’s anniversary devotion

Published 10/09/2015

Stephen Belafonte and Mel B
Stephen Belafonte and Mel B

Mel B feels “so blessed” to have met husband Stephen Belafonte, penning a touching message to him on their eighth wedding anniversary.

The former Spice Girls star marked her eighth wedding anniversary with producer Stephen on Wednesday.

And to mark the occasion, Mel penned a touching message to her spouse which she then posted on Instagram.

Alongside a picture of several sweet handwritten notes left by Stephen, Mel wrote: “I woke up to all these notes and more all over my hotel room from my baby boo,the love of my life!!! (sic)”

“8 years of marriage and I love you more and more each day,we fight threw everything and look into each others eyes and we just no,me and you forever honey,I feel sooooo blessed my baby @stephenthinks11.”

The scraps of paper featured messages such as “U R my everything baby” and “U and Me Together Forever”.

Mel and Stephen found themselves at the centre of marriage trouble rumours last year following the singer’s hospitalisation in December 2014 following a reported accidental overdose.

But now it seems the pair have moved on once and for all from the allegations.

Mel and Stephen frequently post pictures and messages to each other on their various social networks declaring their love for one another.

At the beginning of the month, Stephen shared a shot of himself with Mel and their daughters on Instagram, writing: “I love having all girls I'm a daddy's girl! Ohh and @officialmelb is my biggest!! #familyman #nyc…”

Mel forged a name for herself as Scary Spice alongside bandmates Geri Halliwell, Mel C, Victoria Beckham and Emma Bunton in the 90s. Her loud, outspoken nature saw her move into the world of TV judging after the group went their separate ways, with seats on the panels of America’s Got Talent and last year’s series of UK The X Factor.

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