Spice Girls to reunite at King Charles III's coronation

In October 2022, Buckingham Palace announced that the coronation of King Charles III will be held on May 6 at Westminster Abbey. The ceremony will be officiated by the Archbishop of Canterbury and will "reflect on the monarch's role today and look to the future". Royal celebrations will continue on May 7 with a special coronation concert to be broadcast live from Windsor, and although the line-up of performers has yet to be confirmed, the Spice Girls will reportedly mark the occasion in ten years.

Speaking to The Sun , an insider claimed Royal organizers were "very keen" to secure the iconic '90s girl band, who are said to be "seriously considering returning to the stage as a five-piece for such a A historic event.”

"In fact, the Coronation is as special as the Olympics - a one-off celebration and unique performance. It's widely believed that a reunion for something so important could happen. Mel B and Mel C are the ringleaders of the group and are working on it Make it happen,” the source concluded.

Meanwhile, Mel B spoke on US talk show Sherri in January 2023, revealing that the entire group "literally got together a few months ago" and teased that the girl group were talking about "Do something" together "soon".

If the "Wannabe" hitmaker does take the stage at the upcoming Royal Concert, it will mark the first time the Spice Girls have performed together as a five-piece since the 2012 London Olympics closing ceremony.

As previously announced, the concert will take place during Coronation Weekend, which begins on May 6, and will be staged and broadcast live from Windsor Castle by the BBC. Buckingham Palace also confirmed that "thousands of tickets" will be made available to the public through a formal ballot.