Victoria Beckham: No Spice Girls reunion tour in the works

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Victoria Beckham makes dressing for the colder season look effortless and easy.

Victoria Beckham has revealed that the #MeToo and #TimesUp movements are the reason she chose to reunite with the Spice Girls.

As the show kicked off on Sunday husband David, last month awarded a Major League Soccer franchise in Miami, sat next to Vogue editor in chief Anna Wintour in the front row with three of the couple's four children, Romeo, Cruz and Harper.

Victoria Beckham at NYFW fall 2018.

A source spilled: "Simon has formulated the idea of a TV talent show which will have a panel that includes one or more of the girls".

To be fair, the Beckhams have LOTS on their plates right now, so how they'd even fit in a reality show we don't know!

Victoria Beckham is the first Spice Girl to address those reports stating the girl group is gearing up for a reunion tour, and her comments may disappoint fans.

The pop star turned fashion designer, 43, rejected reports she would be playing live across the United Kingdom and U.S. this summer with her fellow bandmates.

"There's something so strong in the message of what the Spice Girls stood for", VB continued. "Brainstorming." Noting her fashion collection, Beckham said, "But this is what I do".

Victoria Beckham says there will be no Spice Girls tour. We had a fun lunch. "We were just bouncing ideas around", she said. It was really, really lovely. It got to the point a few years ago where Geri Halliwell, Melanie B and Emma Bunton hopped in the studio together to record new music because they couldn't convince the other two. However, no Spice Girls reunion will take place at the moment.

Victoria revealed in an interview with Vogue UK that there will be no tour, so don't expect to see your favourite 90s girl bend on stage together anytime soon.