The Spice Girls have been banned from getting pregnant ahead of
their reunion, it has been reported. The five-piece band has been
issued a strict set of rules by their manager Simon Fuller to
ensure their lucrative comeback goes as smoothly as possible. High
on the list of dos and don'ts is a plea to Victoria Beckham,
Melanie Brown, Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton, and Melanie Chisholm to
"not become pregnant - please!".
will come as a blow to Victoria - who has three sons with soccer
star husband David Beckham - who has spoken of her desire to have a
The rules also prohibit the girls from "talking about money that
you will potentially earn from the reunion", or "confirming or
denying any rumours until everything is in place". Fuller also
issued the warning, "Do not get into spats between yourselves over
plans and decisions - is it worth it?"
The list advises the singers to "talk about memories of the
Spice Girls with affection and pride" and to "respect each other's
personal lives, commitments and views".
The music mogul writes at the end of his list published in
Britain's The Sun newspaper: "I will make this work for you all,
none of you realise how amazing you were and still are. "It's good
to be back ... Simon."
The Spice Girls - who split in 2000 a year after Geri left - are
planning to launch their comeback with a Christmas single called
Woman, which follows an album of greatest hits, which hits the
shelves November 5.
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