Former Spice Girls star Emma Bunton has no plans to build on her children's fashion line by designing a women's range, insisting clothes for kids are "much more fun".
The singer creates exclusive pieces for U.K. chain Argos and her eldest son Beau even models the clothes, but Bunton has no desire to branch out into adult fashion - she'll leave that side of the business to stylish bandmate Victoria Beckham.
She tells Britain's OK! Extra magazine, "I think I'm sticking with kids for now; it's much more fun. You can really bring in some beautiful colours and do some funky things. I've really loved the whole experience.
"The shoots we've done with all the kids modelling the range have been great as well - such good fun."
Bunton admits she has sent pieces from the range to her former bandmates' children and she was thrilled when Melanie Chisholm gave her positive feedback: "Mel C texted me the other day to thank me because I sent Scarlet some skinny jeans. So that's been really great being able to send all of the kids something."