Emma Bunton has revealed the Spice Girls are in talks to do live gigs and their ‘dream’ is to more international shows.
Baby Spice, 44, told MailOnline the girl band are hoping to return to the stage once lockdown is over and she’s been in regular contact with Geri Horner, 47, to discuss future plans.
In an exclusive interview, she said: ‘Hopefully there are still some quite exciting things coming from the Spice Girls. Fingers crossed we can do some more shows.’
Exciting: Emma Bunton has revealed the Spice Girls are in talks to do live gigs and their ‘dream’ is to more international shows
Emma, who reunited with the Spice Girls last year for the first time in a decade to perform 13-sellout shows, said: ‘I have been speaking to Geri and the other girls – we have been chatting and talking about other projects.
‘We would love to do more live stuff as well. To do more international shows would be a dream.
‘The live shows are a bit more difficult to organise at the moment at the time that we’re in but there’s lots of other little projects going on as well.
‘We all have children now, bringing our children on tour was really special so I’m hoping they will get to see a bit more as well.’
‘Fingers crossed’: Baby Spice told MailOnline the girl band are hoping to return to the stage once lockdown is over and she’s been in contact with Geri Horner to discuss future plans
Girl power: Emma, who reunited with the Spice Girls last year for the first time in a decade to perform 13-sellout shows, said it’s their dream to do more international gigs
The Spice Girls reunion tour, which culminated at Wembley Stadium last summer, took place without the presence of Victoria Beckham, 46.
Instead the shows were left to Mel B, 44, Melanie Chisholm, 46, Geri and Emma.
The girls earned a reported £12million each for the UK comeback gigs, which kicked off in Dublin at Croke Park.
It was at the show in Ireland that Emma says her children Beau, 12, and Tate, eight, who she shares with long-term partner Jade Jones, first realised the magnitude of her fame with the iconic 90s girl band.
Icons: The singer and Heart presenter said now the Spice Girls all have children she hopes they can experience more with them when it comes to life on tour
Emma revealed it wasn’t until the Spice Girls reformed last year that her children realised the magnitude of their fame as the world’s most iconic girl band
She said: ‘It was then that it truly hit them.
‘Beau my eldest, Jade said they were watching it together, and as we came out on stage he just started screaming.
‘He thought there were only going to be a few people. I don’t think he understood fully until that first gig in Croke Park, which was nearly a year ago now.
‘They came on the tour with me. I wanted them with me and they had the best time.’
The singer and Heart Radio presenter, who’s in lockdown with Jade, her children and mum Pauline, said she’s been making good use of the time by reorganising her old Spice Girl outfits.
Close: Emma is isolating with her children Beau and Tate who she shares with long-term partner Jade Jones, as well as her mum Pauline who’s been living with them for almost a year
Couple: Emma says the family have been playing Spice Girls songs in lockdown and she’s enjoyed reminiscing about her times in the band with Jade and their two children
She said: ‘We have been playing Spice Girls songs, obviously being at home you start clearly out and going through stuff.
‘We found some of my outfits, which we’ve been looking at.
‘It’s such a hard time we’re going through but reminiscing at home with my children, that’s been a nice part we’ve been able to do together.
‘The first couple of weeks I was like watching loads of Netflix and doing lots of baking but this week we’ve been doing some clear outs.’
She added: ‘I’ve got my mum here too. She has been living with us for nearly a year now.
‘It’s been wonderful. My mum is so much help and we’ve always been very close. It’s been great she’s here; she’s brilliant with the kids. I’m very lucky.’
Sisters? Emma says she’s lucky to be isolating with her lookalike mum, who’s been able to help her entertain and homeschool the kids
Emma, who’s the co-founder of Kit & Kin, is celebrating the launch of the baby brand’s first cloth nappy, which has been created from reclaimed fishing nets harvested from the ocean’s floor.
The mother-of-two said she’s ‘so proud’ of the reusable nappy because it is the ‘most eco-friendly on the market’ and will give busy mums the chance to do their bit for their environment.
She said: ‘We have been developing this for about two years ago now and it is a reusable nappy, which we’re really proud of because from day one at Kit and Kin we use sustainable materials.
‘We’re so proud of this because it’s going to be the most eco on the market it’s made from regenerated nylon and recovered fishing nets. When I told my mum she was like ‘What?’
‘For mums, we are so busy that sometimes it’s really difficult to try and do everything but if we can help in one way, to have nappies that are sustainable and eco-friendly, you’re buying the everyday products you need as a mum but you’re also helping the planet that little bit.’
Good cause: Emma, who’s the co-founder of Kit & Kin, is celebrating the launch of the brand’s first reusable nappy, which has been created from reclaimed fishing nets