Mel C has told reporters that she'd love to see the Spice Girls reform, but admits that 'babies everywhere' would make it difficult.
Mel told an entertainment website that the girls' growing broods - Emma Bunton's two boys, Beau and Tate, Geri Halliwell's daughter Bluebell, Mel B's pregnancy and her two daughters Phoenix and Angel, Victoria Beckham's three sons and unborn daughter - made getting together tricky:
"It's difficult with all the Spice babies though, everyone has got so much on their plates right now and of course we've got Victoria and Melanie's babies due to be born in the next few months.
"There are literally babies everywhere at the moment - there's so many of them now, it's incredible."
Mel, who has a two-year-old daughter Scarlett, said she never thought their previous reunion would go ahead. "It was such good fun. I would love to do it but the timing would have to be right and we've got to make sure all the other girls are up for it."
Mel has previously said she found it hard being away from Scarlett, and recently revealed that her little girl had made a huge impact on her life: "Scarlet hasn't just changed my life, she's saved it. I worried that I might not be able to cope with motherhood but she's given me a fresh start."
Would you like to see a Spice Girls reunion? Or do you think given all their children and other commitments that part in the 'girls' lives should be laid to rest now?