Emma Bunton has told how she and fellow ex-Spice Girl Victoria Beckham have been swapping baby tips after becoming mums again just weeks apart.
The singer - known for many years as Baby Spice - became a mum for the second time when she gave birth to Tate Lee Jones.
And 35-year-old Bunton showed off the two-month-old as she posed for Hello! magazine.
She told the magazine of her former colleague's "pure euphoria" at welcoming daughter Harper Seven, her fourth child, two weeks ago in the US.
"As soon as we can possibly meet up, we will - that's how it's always been. But for the moment we're making do with emails," said Bunton, who lives in the UK while Beckham is based in Los Angeles.
"The fact our new babies are so close in age means we have lots to talk about. We've been swapping bits of advice and photos and sharing our excitement," added Bunton, who also has a three-year-old son, Beau, with partner Jade Jones, 32, of the group Damage.
The Dancing On Ice judge said she continued to have a strong bond with the former Spice Girls - made even more powerful now they are all mothers.
"After I gave birth to Tate, the first bouquets through the door were from Victoria, Geri (Halliwell) and Mel C. They came with little notes and that is always special to me, to get those from the girls.
"The relationship we girls have will always be special. Now our kids are friends too and as they grow, it will be wonderful to watch them all and the different stages in their lives."
Bunton gave birth to Tate at London's Portland Hospital on May 6.