Major hint at Spice Girls Aussie tour

“I want to come to Australia now. I’m ready,” Bunton, known as Baby Spice, told the Herald Sun in an exclusive interview.“My buffalo boots (the famous platforms shoes she wore 25 years ago) are ready for action.“I have got my fingers tightly crossed (for an Australian tour). Us girls all have children now, and we all have other careers going on. It’s just about getting that time together so we can make that happen,” Bunton added.“It’s so funny now because when we do tour, and we’d love to do another tour globally, it’s like, ‘Right we’ve got to do this in school holidays.’ There’s a lot more in it.”Spice Girls – Bunton, Geri Horner, Victoria Beckham, Melanie Chisholm and Melanie Brown – shot fame to fame in the 1990s, and remain one of the most influential girls groups of all time. Their global hits include Wannabe, 2 Become 1, and Say You’ll Be There.Bunton, a mum of two, is also the co-chief executive of Kit and Kin, an eco-friendly range of nappies, wipes and skincare products.The skincare range is manufactured in Melbourne. “This ensures we invest in the local economy while minimising our carbon footprint, which is very important to us,” she said.While Australia waits for a Spice Girls tour, Bunton will venture here for her baby brand early next year.“I’m absolutely dying to come to Australia, and my children as well,” Bunton said. “They’re obsessed with (Australian YouTubers) Norris Nuts, and they keep asking: ‘When are we going?’”Kit and Kin is available online, and in-store exclusively at Baby Bunting.

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