Mel B's Fellow Spice Girls Victoria Beckham, Melanie C and Emma Bunton Wish Her a Happy 49th Birthday

"So proud of you and all of the incredible work you're doing, love you to bits," wrote Mel C alongside throwback photos of her and Scary Spice

Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Victoria Beckham, Melanie C, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Mel B
Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic Victoria Beckham, Melanie C, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Mel B

Friendship never ends for the Spice Girls!

Melanie "Mel B" Brown marked her 49th birthday on May 29, and her "Wannabe" bandmates Melanie "Mel C" ChisolmEmma BuntonGeri Halliwell Horner and Victoria Beckham each took to social media with celebratory wishes for Scary Spice.

Beckham, 50, shared a throwback photo to her Instagram Story of the Spice Girls performing together and wrote, "Happy birthday @officialmelb!!! Kisses @gerihalliwellhorner @emmaleebunton @melaniecmusic xx."

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Mel C, 50, took to the IG grid and posted several photos of her and Mel B over the years. "Go Scary, it’s your birthday! Happy Birthday @officialmelb," began her caption.

"Melanie Brown MBE, we’ve shared so many incredible memories," continued Sporty Spice. "I hope it’s not too long until we make some more! So proud of you and all of the incredible work you’re doing, love you to bits ❤️🎂🎁🎈#friendshipneverends"

Bunton, 48, crafted an Instagram Story collage of photos with Mel B and wrote, "Happy Birthday @officialmelb 🎉 🎊 My Spice sister, one of a kind and special in every way 💗💗 Love you to bits, Emma and the family xxx."

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Halliwell, 51, posted then-and-now photos with Mel B on her Instagram grid alongside the caption, "Happy birthday @officialmelb ! Hope you have an amazing day! 🎉🥳🎁"

The celebratory posts come after the group reunited at Beckham's 50th birthday in April, where they sang their 1996 hit "Mama" and later danced to 1997's "Stop," per videos from the event.

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<p>Ray Burmiston/Avalon/Getty </p> Spice Girls in London in February 1997

Ray Burmiston/Avalon/Getty

Spice Girls in London in February 1997

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Victoria's husband, David, later opened up about the Spice Girls reunion during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live. "It's actually been 12 years since they did the Olympics in the U.K. but over 15 years since they actually were on a stage together. So obviously having them all there that night, and I didn't expect them to all get up on stage," he said.

David continued: "But I had a whole video planned where me and my kids recreated the 'Mama' video. My son, who plays the guitar and sings, had a song, and he sang 'Mama,' and all of a sudden all the girls got up — and I'm their biggest fan, you know? I tend not to tell my wife that. I tend to tell her that I fancied her, but she was a Spice Girl. I love that about her... So I was a fan."

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