Spice up your wardrobe!
The rainbow collection, available now, includes a limited-edition tee that reads, “Proud and wannabe your lover,” referencing the girl group’s iconic single, “Wannabe,” released 25 years ago.
“100% of the proceeds go to the brilliant @aktcharity to continue funding the wonderful work they do to combat youth homelessness in the LGBTQ+ community,” the campaign video caption continued. “#Pride2021 #FriendshipNeverEnds 🏳️🌈.” The Albert Kennedy Trust is a nonprofit organization working to combat LGBTQ+ youth homelessness.
Beckham shared the video via her personal Instagram account and detailed the importance of LGBTQ+ rights and what it means to her.
“Pride to me is a celebration of being completely yourself and this year’s T-shirt is a reminder of that,” she wrote on Tuesday, June 9. “The Spice Girls really championed accepting yourself and others, being kind, having fun and just living your best life! The LGBTQ+ community is so close to my heart and I’m so proud to be supporting Pride 2021 with the girls and akt again this year.”
Posh Spice shattered hearts when she famously stepped away from the girl group to "uncover [her] own dreams," she shared in a letter to her future self in British Vogue earlier this year.
The remainder of the Spice Girls reunited last year for the groundbreaking Spice World U.K. tour — but were not joined by Beckham. Beckham did meet with the ladies, but ultimately decided not to take part in the tour.
As OK! previously reported, Beckham stated that it took a lot of “courage” for her to say no to joining the ladies on stage. Her reasoning for not taking part in the comeback was that she would “rather concentrate” on her family. "I want to be the best version of myself. Before I turned 40, I wasn't that confident," she said at the time. "I learned to listen to my gut feeling.”
The 47-year-old bombshell is married to soccer phenom David Beckham, and the pair share four children together: Brooklyn, Romeo James, Harper Seven and Cruz.