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VB 'will join Spice Girls reunion'

Published 29/08/2015

Victoria Beckham
Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham has apparently been persuaded to get involved in a Spice Girls reunion.

The 41-year-old star was one fifth of the hit girl band and along with Geri Halliwell, Mel B, Mel C and Emma Bunton she ruled the charts in the 90s.

Recent reports claim the band are reuniting to play shows as part of their 20th anniversary next year, however Victoria's name didn't make the line up. But after meeting with their old manager Simon Fuller, the brunette beauty has apparently had a change of heart.

"Victoria now has a huge fashion career and, even though her last Spice Girls reunion made her feel awkward, she's warming to the idea of some involvement. The girls had already reached out to her about doing something for the reunion and, during a recent dinner with [husband] David and Simon, the men persuaded her to show her face," a source told British magazine Closer. "She's now told the girls she will be involved with the shows as much as she can, though she's not signed up to a series of on-stage performances at this point."

It isn't just her booming clothing label which keeps Victoria busy: she also has kids Brooklyn, Romeo, Cruz and Harper to take care of.

And now rumours of a rift between her and Mel B, which started in 2012, have been put to bed, it seems there's another motive for Victoria to get involved.

"Victoria realises how important her friendships are with the girls after patching things up with Mel. She knows how much the reunion means to them and she now realises how proud she should be of their success," the source added.

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