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The Spice Girls are Going to Play the Royal Wedding

Prince Harry and Meghan Markle told the girls what they want, what they really really want.

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TMZ broke the news this afternoon that the Spice Girls are going to be at Prince Harry and Megan Markle’s upcoming Royal Wedding and they are going to perform.

Mel B. was appearing on “The Real” when she broke the news that it’s all happening when the latest Royals tie the knot.

The girls had previously confirmed they will be playing some reunion shows in the UK and US later this year.

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