All five Spice Girls met for socially distanced walk last week, says Emma Bunton

All five Spice Girls met up for a socially distanced woodland walk last week, Emma Bunton has shared.

Don’t mind us, we’ll just be taking a little lie down – in our SG bedsheets, no less.

Speaking on her Heart FM radio show, Baby Spice confirmed Posh Spice Victoria Beckham, Ginger Spice Geri Horner, Scary Spice Mel B and Sporty Spice Mel C were all present for the hike.

And VB apparently wore wellies, which she’s no doubt worn on in all those rambles in the Cotswolds.

‘As things slowly, slowly start to get back to normal, we’ve all started to meet up with friends again haven’t we?’ Emma said on her show today.

‘Which is strange… I actually started to think I would never see them again… well unless it was on Zoom calls.

‘And this week, yes, I finally got to meet up with Geri, Mel B, Mel C and Victoria!’

Hai Si Ja, hold tight!

‘Now you may think we propped up a bar somewhere or had drinks in the garden but no!’ Emma added.

‘We went on a social distancing walk in the woods, yes!’

This is starting to sound like a music video… (Perhaps they transformed into fairies a la Viva Forever?)

‘This time last year we were performing at Wembley all glammed up,’ continued Emma, referring to the Spice World – 2019 Tour which went ahead without Victoria joining them.

‘Well, this year we were in wellies… walking in the rain… Yes, something you don’t see every day – five Spice Girls in their wellies!’

This would be Instagram gold – but no pictures of the meeting on the five girls’ accounts, as of yet.

The band were last seen all together at Geri Horner’s house back in February 2018.

The girls have sold over 85 million records worldwide, with hits such as Who Do You Think You Are, Wannabe and 2 Become 1.

The news of the band’s recent get-together comes as it has been revealed Channel 4 will mark Wannabe’s 25th anniversary next year with a new documentary.

Has it really been nearly quarter of a century since Wannabe was released??

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