Mel B apparently missed her fellow Spice Girl Geri Horner's lavish 50th birthday bash.

Geri, aka Ginger Spice, reached the milestone in August and was going to celebrate in September but put it off after the Queen's death.

She finally held the party at her home in Oxfordshire at the weekend and was joined by her old bandmates Victoria Beckham, Emma Bunton and Mel C.

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Mel B was not seen in snaps of the Wannabe singers posing together and it was later revealed she hadn't been there, with a post on Mel C's Instagram Stories saying she was "missed".

According to the Daily Mail, Geri and co were spotted heading to the dancefloor to crack out their old Spice moves when their 1996 song Say You'll Be There was played.

Geri apparently spared no expense and forked out a hefty £400,000 for the party, which she threw with hubby Christian Horner.

Guests including Holly Willoughby and Rylan were treated to performances from the likes of Dame Shirley Bassey and Alexandra Burke, a three course meal and a firework display.

An insider told The Sun: "It was the sort of party where the second you walk in you know no expense has been spared.

"Geri knows how to party so for her 50th she was determined to pull out all the stops. By the end of the night it's safe to say everyone was well oiled."

Rylan later shared snaps from the do on Instagram as he told fans it was the "best night".

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One showed the TV star striking a pose with the Spice Girls, and another showed him in a Union Jack jacket that may well have been a nod to Geri's famous Brits look.

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