Mel B would like a baby boy.
The former Spice Girls singer - who has daughters Phoenix, 14, and Angel, six, from previous relationships, Madison, two, with husband Stephan Belafonte and also helps raise eight-year-old Giselle, her spouse's daughter - treasures her girls but if she added to her family again in the future, she'd like a son.
She said: ''[If I could learn anything from the future, I'd want to know] if I get pregnant again, will it be a boy? I've got four girls, and I would like to know if it's going to be a boy.''
She also gushed over her ''amazing'' husband, because he is always there to support her.
Mel added: ''My husband is amazing. I've known him for 20 years, we've been married for seven amazing years. He's my best friend, he's a great father, he's a great cook. He's a great person inside and out.''
Mel - who was known as Scary Spice during her time in Spice Girls - also had a message for self-appointed Queen of Twerking Miley Cyrus.
She told America's OK! magazine: ''Miley Cyrus did not invent twerking. It's been going on for decades.''
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