Victoria Beckham dedicates Spice Girls 2012 London Olympics Closing Ceremony performance to her family

The Spice Girls performed at the 2012 London Olympics Closing Ceremony event on Sunday (August 12) for the first time after disbanding in 2000.

Victoria Beckham dedicated her performance at the 2012 London Olympics Closing Ceremony to her family.

The Spice Girls performed at the event on Sunday (August 12), after disbanding in 2000.

They have been performing together since 1994.

Victoria’s representative told Us Weekly: "It was an amazing night and she loved every minute of performing with the girls. The atmosphere was phenomenal, and she dedicated the performance to [husband] David and the boys, who were watching in the audience."

The 38-year-old married fashion designer is the mother of four children—sons Brooklyn, 13, Romeo, nine, and Cruz, seven, and daughter Harper, 13 months.

Geri Halliwell said: "How wonderful that the world could truly unite and celebrate each other through sports and music, celebrating with four billion people!

"I’m so proud we could be part of it, thank you to my fellow Spice Girls, who are shining examples of wonderful women, and all the fans who cheered for us."

Melanie Chisholm, a mother of one, has continued to record albums, but was happy to reunite with her former band mates.

She said: "What an honor to represent our country and perform for all of the incredible Olympians!

"It was an incredible night and us girls had the best time being together."

Meanwhile, 36-year-old mother-of-two, Emma Bunton, was just glad she didn’t mess up.

She added: "It was an honor to represent my country and I had the best night with my girls. Luckily, my nerves didn’t take over! But it didn’t stop there, we carried on to the after party!"





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