After years of speculation and false rumours about the Spice Girls reforming, it looks like the girl group are actually making it happen this time.

Reports last week suggested that they were set to reform for Chinese TV deals, a reality show and a Greatest Hits package - with Victoria Beckham allegedly agreeing to take part if she didn't have to sing.

It may have been written off as just another story, but they later shared pictures on social media of all five of them together at Geri Horner's house.

Now, Emma Bunton has revealed what they got up to, but held back on divulging the juicy details.

She told listeners to her Heart FM show: "It’s been a long time. Obviously, we’ve seen each other individually, but actually all together in one room was at the Olympics. It was just like, Friday, we thought we would all catch up, everyone was in town, let’s do this, let’s catch up.

'But I don’t think any of us were expecting, we had such a lovely afternoon. We sat down, we had lunch together, we sat round. We reminisced about the old times, we were talking about the kids, it was lovely.

'And then we all sat around Geri’s table and we got takeaway in, got sushi and some salads and drank tea and a little bit of prosecco, and it was just so lovely to see everyone. I loved it, really good fun."

Last year, Bunton, along with Horner and Mel B, had intended to form their own group GEM - but it never quite got off the ground.

Could this be the beginning of a bona fide Spice reunion?