Geri Horner is reportedly not ready to say she'll be there on a Spice Girls world tour.
Ginger Spice - who famously quit the girlband in 1998 - recently enjoyed a sell out reunion tour of the UK and Ireland with her former bandmates, Mel B, Mel C and Emma Bunton. During their final show at London's Wembley Stadium Mel B announced they would take their Spice World tour to Australia next year.
But a source has told The Sun newspaper Horner, 46, is reluctant to commit to more live shows around the globe.
The insider said: "The other girls all want to take their Spice World show internationally.
"They all had so much fun and know there is massive demand outside of the UK.
"Geri loved the tour but it was very hard going on her and she really feels like three nights at Wembley Stadium is the perfect high to end on.
"She doesn't really want to be away from her kids for any long stretches and just feels like it might not be worthwhile."
But a source told Yahoo UK that discussions are still ongoing.
Horner quit the band in 1998 and in the music video for her first solo single Look At Me, killed off her Spice Girl persona Ginger in a mock funeral.
She is mother to 13-year-old daughter Bluebell and two-year-old son Monty.
Mel B has since admitted that other members of the band were not as keen on continuing the reunion tour as she is.
She said: "So I announced it on stage, yes, without everybody else signing off 100 percent."
There have been reports of a rift between Horner and Scary Spice after Mel B claimed she and Horner had had a fling during the Spice Girls heyday in the 90s.
Victoria Beckham held several meetings with the rest of the band last year but chose not to take part in the tour.
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- This article first appeared on Yahoo
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