Victoria Beckham is taking a walk down memory lane. The 44-year-old pop star turned fashion designer stopped by Good Morning America on Thursday to talk about her upcoming projects as well as her past achievements. One of those achievements, of course, was being in one of the world's most famous '90s girl groups: the Spice Girls. Victoria — who took on the moniker Posh Spice when she was in the group — spoke about her fondest memories during her singing career. "I'll always be a Spice Girl, and I'm so proud of everything I achieved," she said. "It was just great to travel the world, be with my best friends, have fun, really spread the girl power message."
The rest of the Spice Girls members — Mel B (Scary Spice), Melanie Chisholm (Sporty Spice), Emma Bunton (Baby Spice), and Geri Halliwell (Ginger Spice) — will be going on a reunion tour, but Victoria once again confirmed on Good Morning America that she will not be joining them. She still shared her gratitude for the girl group and wished them luck. And she did reveal that she'll make it to at least one show. In the clip above, watch her discuss how she plans to be a part of the tour without technically being a part of the tour.