Mel B paid a tribute to her deceased father on Monday when she celebrated what would have been his 65th birthday.
The Spice Girls star, 43, went to Instagram to share a photo with her father Martin Brown, who died in March 2017 after a fight with cancer.
She put a picture of them together on the red carpet of yesteryear, a youthful Mel beamed in a one-shoulder crocheted dress as she put her arm on her father's shoulder.
Emotional: Mel B paid a tribute to her deceased father on Monday when she celebrated what would have been his 65th birthday
The emotional Mel B, who captured the photo from 2001, wrote about how she is still recovering two years after her father's death and wishes that she and Sister Danielle be with him one more day.
She wrote: & # 39; Congratulations dad, I miss you more than ever, I really have the most pain, it is actually unbearable !!
& # 39; But I wish you could see me happy and strong now. Now, thank goodness, no, you would be sooooo proud of me and of Danielle.
& # 39; We have changed in you now great time that we do not deal with people who hurt us in life and we stay together as a family thanks to your father, I love you so much, I wish I were still there a day left could have more cuddling that's all #imissyou & # 39; (sic).
Opening: Mel B, pictured with Mel C during their concert in Dublin, took to Instagram to share a photo with her father Martin Brown, who died in March 2017 after a fight with cancer
Heartbreaking: meanwhile an emotional Mel B wrote about the fact that she is still recovering two years after her father's death.
After fighting multiple myeloma cancers since 2012, Martin, originally from Saint Kitts and Nevis, had only had a few days to live in 2015, but eventually lost his cancer fight in 2017.
Mel opened the distance they had forged in the years prior to his death at Piers Morgan's Life Stories on Saturday.
Because she had not seen her family six years earlier when she had lived in the United States, Mel returned to the United Kingdom to be with her family after discovering that her father was dying.
Sisters: In the post, Mel said she wished she and sister Danielle (L) would be with him one more day
Mel explained: & # 39; When I saw him, he didn't look at all like what I remember my father looking like.
& # 39; But he sounded like my father when he could whisper: & # 39; I love you & # 39;. & # 39;
In the emotional interview she said: & # 39; I felt very bad because I hadn't seen him for so long and then I saw him like that, I felt very bad and I felt very angry with my husband and I felt very bad for my children.
Sadness: Mel opened the distance they had forged in the years prior to his death at Piers Morgan & # 39; s Life Stories on Saturday
& # 39; I've always felt bad, but I couldn't tell him. Just before that I said to him: "You can go now because I have to go and get a divorce from this monster" and he just looked at me and took his last breath. & # 39;
She explained that her last conversation with her father gave her the strength to leave her from her estranged husband Stephen Belafonte.
& # 39; That gave me the strength because I told my father, so now I have to do it. I wish he were here. & # 39;
Meanwhile, The Spice Girls began their reunion tour on Friday at Croke Park in Dublin before going to the stage on Monday night at Cardiff & # 39; s Principality Stadium in Wales.
Band members Emma Bunton, 43, Geri Horner, 46, Mel Brown, 43, also take Sunderland, Edinburgh and Bristol before arriving at Wembley Stadium in London.
Although some fans congratulated the band members on their star-studded performances, others remained far from satisfied after the shows were marred by noise problems in the stadium.
When they dealt with the complaints in an Instagram video on Friday at 6 am, Mel B admitted that the band had experienced good problems and said the problems would be corrected for the upcoming shows.
New chapter: Mel B on Friday in Dublin with her Spice Girls bandmates as they begin their long-awaited stadium reunion tour
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