Victoria Beckham's dream of returning to Spice Girls is stopped by investors

Victoria Beckham's dream of making a comeback with the Spice Girls has been overtaken by the investors behind her fashion business, because they insist that

Victoria Beckham's dream of making a comeback with the Spice Girls has been overtaken by the investors behind her fashion business, because they insist she "cheapens" her brand.

Victoria Beckham's dream of making a comeback with the Spice Girls has been modified by the investors behind her fashion business, because they insist that she "cheapen" her brand.

I can reveal that Posh was hoping to join his former bandmates for his lucrative return to the stage in an attempt to revive the happy memories he shared with them, as well as a substantial cut in profits.

However, sources say the equity firm NEO Investment Partners, which injected 30 million pounds into his company last November, told him it would be counterproductive to his luxury fashion business, Victoria Beckham Limited.

I understand that your investors are nervous that the return to Spice Girl for Victoria can see her ridiculed for her singing.

Victoria, 44, who admitted that she is not a talented singer, has left the other girls irritated after having to break the news that she will not take part.

It's also bad news for music magnate Simon Fuller, 58, who has been the brainchild of the multi-million dollar project since last year.

Fuller is also a major shareholder in Victoria's fashion business and has even given her space in her London offices to house the business and its employees. My source revealed: "Victoria has very happy memories of her time at the Spice Girls, she was world famous and was having the time of her life, it was also, of course, when she met David and fell madly in love.

"After years of refusing to participate, she changed her mind when Simon Fuller came up with the idea again, he has been loyal to her, so he agreed to meet the other girls.

I can reveal that Posh hoped to join his former bandmates for his lucrative return to the stage in an attempt to revive the happy memories he shared with them, as well as a substantial cut in profits

I can reveal that Posh hoped to join his former bandmates for his lucrative return to the stage in an attempt to revive the happy memories he shared with them, as well as a substantial cut in profits

I can reveal that Posh hoped to join his former bandmates for his lucrative return to the stage in an attempt to revive the happy memories he shared with them, as well as a substantial cut in profits

"She was willing to do it, but, after meetings with her investors, she now understands the potential ramifications if she were to participate.

"It could be seen as tacky and there is a chance that Victoria will be destroyed because she can not sing."

NEO Investment Partners accumulated the cash last year after it emerged that Victoria's business had lost £ 8.4 million in 2016.

Victoria, 44, who admitted that she is not a talented singer, has left the other girls irritated after having to break the news that she will not take part. (Above, the group in 1995)

Victoria, 44, who admitted that she is not a talented singer, has left the other girls irritated after having to break the news that she will not take part. (Above, the group in 1995)

Victoria, 44, who admitted that she is not a talented singer, has left the other girls irritated after having to break the news that she will not take part. (Above, the group in 1995)

And earlier this year, she was forced to lay off a third of her staff.

Despite Posh's firm refusal, I heard that the other girls do not give up trying to persuade her.

While Melanie Brown, 43, has been told to stay away because she fears her "presumption" would not help, Emma Bunton, 42, Melanie Chisholm, 44, and Geri Horner, 46, appear to be "in their case "to talk about Victoria.

Good luck with that, ladies!

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