After keeping fans hanging on for years, all five Spice Girls — including permanent holdout Victoria Beckham — have finally reunited to show their unified support for the LGBTQ+ community.
But this time, the designer was the one to coordinate the girls’ virtual reunion.
Beckham made Gaurav Collection With a mission to donate 100% of the proceeds act, A charity that “supports LGBTQ+ youth aged 16-25 in the UK who are facing homelessness or living in a hostile environment.”
this digital reunion posted on instagram featured Melanie Brown, Melanie Chisholmo, Emma Bunton, gerry halliwell and Beckham Each sports its own LGBTQ+ merchandise while the 1996 tune “Wannabe” cranks out in the background.
This is Beckham’s third consecutive year of partnering with the AKT charity, but the first year she has created a tribute to the Spice Girls collaboration.
He wrote on Instagram, “Pride for me is a complete celebration of being myself and this year’s T-shirt is a reminder of that.” “The Spice Girls really championed being accepting of themselves and others, being kind, having fun, and just living my best life!”
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“The LGBTQ+ community is very close to my heart and I am proud to be supporting Pride 2021 with Girls and acting again this year,” she said.