VICTORIA Beckham congratulated Mel C on her birthday with an incredible photo from her Spice Girls days.
Former Posh Spice, Victoria, paid tribute to her bandmate on her 48th birthday with a nostalgic Instagram post.
Victoria, 47, took fans on a trip back in time with her footage with Mel C.
The duo looks exactly the same with fresh faces and dark brown hair in a split second.
Both are dressed in black with spaghetti straps.
Victoria looked glamorous in a branded black mini dress.
Mel added a splash of color wearing a black shirt with blue trousers that showed off her micro-waist.
Victoria captioned the footage: “Happy birthday @melaniecmusic!! 🎉🎂 Love this photo of us @ mariotestino @ voguemagazine! Year 1998 !! 💕 Kisses. ”
Meanwhile, Victoria shared a snap of a surprise handwritten message she found taped to the lid of her tupperware box.
It says: “Enjoy a **** hole lunch…
“Going home happier 🙂 more love you know who…”
The mother-of-four expressing her appreciation for food – and gentle jibe – wrote over a photo of her on Instagram: “Even when I’m grumpy, he takes care of me!
“Thank you for my lunch @davidbeckham”
Victoria recently admitted that 2021 is “certainly not the easiest” as she looks forward to a great 2022.
And the couple have started the year in style, taking their first cruise on their new big boat with the family, including Victoria’s parents Anthony and Jackie Adams, who were seen sitting in the middle Beckhams in The Sun’s exclusive snaps.
The ship is named Seven – matching his shirt number for the Red Devils and captain of his country, along with the middle name of his ten-year-old daughter Harper.
The father of four, 46, was thrown out on the 93.5ft yacht after a visit to the Ferretti shipyard in Forli.
It was gifted to the proud Becks near its anchorage, close to the star’s £19million penthouse in Miami.
https://www.thesun.ie/uncategorized/8199311/victoria-beckham-mel-c-birthday-throwback-spice-girls/ Victoria Beckham wishes Mel C a happy birthday with this incredible flashback from the Spice Girls days