Victoria Beckham has shared a cute snap of her only daughter, Harper Beckham - and she’s the spitting image of her famous mum.
Harper – the daughter of Posh Spice – recreated her mum’s famous pose after ‘bumping into’ the Spice Girl whilst out and about.
Victoria captioned the sweet post, ‘When you bump into Mummy Spice! X #harperseven #girlpower’
And fans couldn’t get over the uncanny similarities.
‘So grown up here! And your double,’ said one fan. While another said, ‘Got it from her mama.’
Having just recently turned eight-years-old, Victoria’s Instagram followers said it’s the first time they’ve seen the uncanny resemblance between mother and daughter.
‘She looks so much like you!’
‘Literally the first time I’ve seen you in her… wow absolute double.’
But, others were less concerned with Harper’s adorable Spice Girls tribute and more about the fact Victoria chose not to be part of the girls’ reunion tour earlier this summer.
In fact, one fan was so distraught they claimed the 45-year-old could no longer call herself one of the Spice Girls.
‘You're Victoria Beckham now, no longer a spice, since you can’t support them at one single show in a grand reunion tour,’ one fan raged.
But, Victoria – who has four children with husband David Beckham – said it look ‘a lot of courage’ to turn down the tour.
Revealing her reasons behind the decision, Victoria explained, ‘It took me a lot of courage not to go on tour with the Spice Girls again, but to be the one who says, “You know, I’m not doing it because things feel different now than they used to.”
“I’d rather concentrate on my family and my company.”
And it seems she’s not the only one who is keen to put her family first as Geri Horner could be set to quit the band for a SECOND time amid rumours she’s not keen to continue the World Tour later this year.
An insider revealed, ‘The other girls all want to take their Spice Wold show internationally. They all had so much fun and know there is massive demand outside of the UK.
‘Geri loved the tour but it was very hard going on her and she really feels like three nights at Wembley Stadium is the perfect high to end on.’
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