Victoria Beckham won't be squeezing herself into a PVC catsuit for a Spice Girls reunion ''any time soon''.

The artist formerly known as Posh Spice and Mel C refused to take part in a reunion with the other three members, Geri Horner, Mel B and Emma Bunton, to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the release of their debut single 'Wannabe' and first album 'Spice', scuppering plans for new music and a massive concert in Hyde Park in London.

In the last few years Victoria, 43, has established herself as one of the leading lights of the fashion world with her eponymous label and she is content to leave her girl group days in the past.

Speaking about the possibility of a Spice Girls reunion in an interview on 'This Morning', she said: ''It's not happening. At some point you have to know that was great ... Girl power is still out there, and I still believe in it. But I won't be slipping into a PVC catsuit any time soon.''

When interviewer Alison Hammond cheekily responded, ''Just in the bedroom!'' Victoria - who is married to David Beckham - replied: ''You said that and not me!''

Victoria gave a joint interview with Eva Longoria to the UK TV show to talk about the Global Gift Gala charity event that the former 'Desperate Housewives' actress hosted in London at the weekend.

The fashion designer always helps her friend with the Gala and she insists she and David, 42, try and instill philanthropic ideals in their four kids, Brooklyn, 18, Romeo, 15, Cruz, 12, and six-year-old Harper.

Victoria said: ''Harper knows that Mummy and Daddy, and Auntie Eva do things to help other people, and she wants to do that as well. She understands, even at six, that she is very blessed. She's very lucky to have what she has.''

Talking about the working mum guilt she feels on occasions, she added: ''I think as a parent you're constantly questioning, 'Am I doing the right thing?' You know, we're tough on ourselves, especially when you're a working mum, you're very tough on yourself. So when you see that your kids are turning out to be really good, kind, happy human beings, you know, what more could you ask for really?''

Eva added: ''She's the sweetest, most loyal person you could have in your life.''

The 8th annual Global Gift Gala London saw a whole host of stars from the world of music, fashion and television join together to raise funds and make a difference to the lives of children and women around the world.

The event took place on Saturday (18.11.17) at the Corinthia Hotel and was compered by British TV star Konnie Huq and guests included Dame Joan Collins, Ore Oduba and Ronan Keating among others.

This year, organisations set to benefit from the gala include The Global Gift Foundation, The Eva Longoria Foundation - which focuses on women's education and entrepreneurship - and Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity, which helps fund the hospital's most urgent needs and supports seriously ill children treated at the hospital.

Victoria helped raise £20,000 by taking off her 'Victoria Beckham Dorothy Pump' shoes and earrings that she was wearing and putting them up for auction, along with her matching clutch bag.