Spice Girls fans rejoice: Victoria Beckham may not be joining the group on tour, but the star has designed a limited-edition Spice Girls T-shirt for charity.
The designer shared a picture of herself on Instagram modelling the item which features an iconic black and white photo of the girl group leaping in the air and all sporting red noses.
"Girls in these programs are using boxing classes to not only learn self defence, but also leadership - tapping into their girl power," the star continued in the post.
"I was so inspired by the young women I met there. And it's not just about being strong in the ring; these girls are future doctors, lawyers, and all around game changers who write their own stories, and will shape the futures of their communities. That's girl power.
"I'll share more about my trip to Kenya soon. In the meantime, get your very own Red Nose Day Spice Girls tee -and help to fund more incredible programmes!"
The t-shirts retails at $35 (£24.50), and all proceeds will go to Red Nose Day to help end child poverty. It's available to purchase from Omaze, with postage fees to the UK costing £6.97.
Last month, Victoria posted a picture of herself boxing after meeting girls who are enrolled on the #BoxGirls project; an initiative to promote female empowerment based in Nairobi, sponsored by Sport Relief.
Meanwhile, the 44-year-old star recently appeared to confirm that she and husband David will be attending the royal wedding next month during a guest appearance on James Corden's late-night chat show.
It comes after speculation that she could be designing bride-to-be Meghan Markle's wedding dress, and that the Spice Girls will perform at the reception.
"Yes [I am going]. England is so excited. It is so great isn't it? They look so happy," she said of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle.
This is not the first royal wedding that the Beckhams have been lucky enough to attend. When Kate Middleton married Prince William in 2011, the couple was in attendance after David had grown close to William when they worked together on the bid for the 2018 Football World Cup.
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