The star has denied that she will have any role in the Spice Girls reunion – despite what her former bandmate said earlier this morning.
Reps for Victoria have confirmed to The Sun Online that the fashion designer stands by the statement that she released earlier this week, adding that she won't be taking part in the tour on any date.
They told us: "Victoria made a statement three days ago clearly confirming she would not be joining the girls on tour.
"That fact remains the same, she is not taking part in the tour. Not on any date."
After news that the Spice Girls were reuniting was announced on Monday, Victoria shared a heartfelt message to the girls.
Sharing the new photo of the group as a four-piece, the mother-of-four wrote: "I won't be joining my girls on stage again but being in the Spice Girls was a hugely important part of my life and I wish them so much love and fun as they go back on tour next year.
"I know they will put on an amazing show and the fantastic fans past and present are going to have a wonderful time!"
Mel B excited fans during a live interview on Heart FM this morning when she insisted that Victoria would be joining the group at Wembley.
As Mel C began explaining how tough it was going ahead with the reunion without Victoria, Mel B jumped in: "She’s joining us at Wembley on June 14th!"
On top of Victoria now denying Mel's claim, the only official London date as of now is on June 15, which also prompted speculation that more dates are set to be added across the country.
Earlier today, Victoria was pictured catching the Eurostar to Paris in an eye-catching red outfit, while her former bandmates did promotional interviews across London.
The star was pictured for the first time since news of the reunion was confirmed on Monday.
She opted out of joining the girls on tour as she is focusing on her designer fashion brand as well as her family.
The star, who is married to former football pro David Beckham, is mum to 19-year-old Brooklyn, 16-year-old Romeo, 13-year-old Cruz, and seven-year-old Harper.
Despite not taking part in the tour, Victoria is still expected to earn millions from the reunion as she owns an equal stake in the band's brand, entitling her to a fair percentage of the profits.
Meanwhile, it has been reported that each of the girls on tour will earn at least £2.2million from the six dates alone.
The Spice Girls first shot to fame as a fivesome in 1994, continuing as a four piece between 1998 and 2000 after Geri quit to go solo.
The group then reunited in 2008 before performing together at the closing ceremony of the 2012 London Olympics.
Earlier this year, rumours of another reunion heated up when all five women posed for a photo together during a meeting with their old manager, Simon Fuller, at Geri's North London home.
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