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Slam it to the left, if you're having a good time! ♫
Victoria Beckham put a little spice in all of our lives on Monday, sharing an adorable video of herself recreating some of her iconic Spice Girls moves. The mother of four (aka Posh Spice) was joined by her and husband David Beckham's 17-year-old son, Romeo Beckham, who appeared to be having a blast dancing alongside his famous mama.
In the video, which was filmed in the family kitchen, Victoria rocked an oversized black hoodie, complete with leggings, a chic cap and vibrant sneakers. Romeo also opted for head-to-toe black, sporting a long-sleeved shirt from Justin Bieber's Drew House fashion line. The two danced around to the Spice Girls' 1997 hit, "Spice Up Your Life," with Victoria even hitting her signature pointing to the crowd move. Needless to say, Posh has still got it... and Baby, Sporty, Ginger and Scary would be proud!
"Not the average day in the kitchen," Victoria captioned it. "@romeobeckham x VB."
"Thanks for this mum ?," Romeo added in the comments.
The video received plenty of love from her fans and celebrities, including Reese Witherspoon and Eva Chen, who both wrote, "YESSS!!"
For reference, here's the original music video for "Spice Up Your Life," which also features Melanie "Mel B" Brown, Melanie "Mel C" Chisholm, Geri Halliwell and Emma Bunton. Catch Victoria nailing her now-iconic move around the 1:38, 1:42 and 2:10 marks:
Over the summer, in an interview with Good Morning Britain, Mel B expressed her disappointment in Victoria for not showing up to any of the Spice Girls reunion tour shows. Even though Victoria chose not to travel with or join her fellow bandmates on stage this time around, Scary Spice said she was hoping the fashionista would at least show up to show her support for the group.
"I expected her to come and just say hi at least. Not even on stage, just as an audience member supporting," Mel B said, following the girls' final tour show in London in June. "I'm sure she has her reasons for not. I've already said, 'Yeah, I was upset,' I still am a little bit. It is what it is and us girls, we all support each other no matter what."
"No [it's not a rift]," she clarified. "We're all adults, we all have to respectfully get on with whatever. But it is a bit disappointing, let's put it that way."