Jade Jones, Emma Bunton's long-term partner in 'Baby Spice,' marries Emma Bunton

She has announced that Emma Bunton, the former Spice Girl, has married Jade Jones, her long-time partner.

Bunton uploaded a photo from her wedding ceremony to Instagram on Tuesday with the caption “Mrs. Jones!”
They first began dating in the late 1990s, during the peak popularity of the girl group. They were engaged in 2011 and now have two children
Bunton shared a photo of Jones and herself under a floral arch to announce the wedding news. Victoria Beckham also congratulated Bunton, writing: “Congratulations… Love u both so much!”
Good wishes were sent by British celebrities, including Pixie Lott and Peter Andre.
Jones was the lead vocalist of the ’90s boy group Damage. They occasionally reached the top of the British charts. Their cover of Eric Clapton’s “Wonderful Tonight”, peaked at number 3 on the British charts in 1997.
Bunton marked the 25th-anniversary last week of the release “Wannabe,” which was the debut single that launched the Spice Girls to international superstardom.
She wrote, “Feeling very emotion, what an incredible 25 years it has been,” on Instagram. “Thanks to our amazing fans for making 5 girls’ dreams come true, loving our songs, copying our dance moves, and accepting our individuality!”
The group went on a reunion tour two years ago. However, they were without “Posh Spice”, Beckham. Melanie Chisholm, better known as Mel C or “Sporty Spice,” said last month that they would be “absolute fools not to tour again.