Emma Bunton has revealed that she’s secretly married her beau Jade Jones.
The Spice Girls singer, 45, shared the happy news on Instagram on Tuesday, posting a stunning snap of herself in a short white dress with her new husband, 42.
Emma and Jade have been together for more than 20 years and the blonde beauty announced their engagement in 2011. They share sons Beau, 13, and Tate, 10.
Congratulations! Emma Bunton has revealed that she’s secretly married her longterm beau Jade Jones
Emma looked incredible in her short white gown which featured semi-sheer sleeves and she styled with a stunning floral headband.
Jade also cut a dapper figure for his big day, donning a Gucci blazer and cream chinos as well as a brown hat.
The newlyweds could not hide their delight as they posed for a snap surrounded by foliage and smiled at each other.
Alongside the stunning image shared to her social media accounts, beautiful bride Emma excitedly penned: ‘Mr and Mrs Jones!’
Stunning: The Spice Girls singer, 45, shared the happy news on Instagram on Tuesday, posting a stunning snap of herself in a short white dress with her new husband, 42
Emma has previously discussed her wedding plans during her 23-year relationship with Jade, saying they’ve always wanted to tie the knot privately.
During an interview with Zoe Ball on BBC Radio 2 in 2018, Emma explained that they would ‘love’ to wed but they’re terrible at organising and want it to be private.
Asked if she was getting married, Emma said: ‘Well, no, I’m not… no we’re not, we would love to actually and we have talked about it.
‘We try to, but we want it to be private, every time we try it’s out there. We want to do it privately on our own.’
Newlyweds: Emma has been with her beau for the past 23 years and got engaged in 2011 (pictured wearing a veil while celebrating the Royal Wedding in 2018)
She jokingly added at the time: ‘We should elope, but we can’t organise anything Jade and me, we’ve been together 21 years in this business.’
Emma and Jade have been together for 23 years, they first got together in 1998, but split a year later before reuniting for good in 2004 and welcoming their sons.
And just last month, Emma revealed that she and Jade would love to have more children.
The famous couple have been thinking about growing their family for the last year, despite fertility issues, which include perimenopause symptoms and endometriosis.
Appearing on ITV’s Lorraine, the singer admitted that they would be happy to have another baby as she is ‘always, always broody’.
Happy days: The family are share sons Beau, 13, and Tate, 10 (pictured on a past holiday)
Emma was appearing on the show to promote her new book, Mama You Got This, and she spoke about the possibility of expanding their family.
She said: ‘I’m always, always broody!’ Jade, he would have lots more children.’
The Baby Spice persona continued, admitting: ‘I think we are at the stage where we are very much like, if it happens it would be amazing.’
The Heart Radio DJ then mused: ‘But we’re always broody, both of us!’
Earlier in June, Emma revealed in an interview with You Mag that she is worried it could be too late for her to conceive naturally, as she is now perimenopausal.
She told the magazine: ‘I cried my eyes out. I thought, ‘Is this the end?”
New addition?: The singer recently revealed she has been thinking about growing their family for the last year (pictured with Jade and their children)
Describing the symptoms of perimenopause, which is the body’s natural transition towards menopause, Emma said: ‘I started to feel unbalanced and anxious.’
‘At first I put it down to the pandemic, but then the anxiety became more regular, until it was daily.’
Emma researched her symptoms, which also included tiredness, and realised it could have been perimenopause.
The Wannabe hitmaker then spoke with a medical professional via Zoom ‘who came to the same conclusion. I was perimenopausal.’
The singer is prepared for either outcome, admitting that she had difficulties conceiving her two kids Beau and Tate.
‘But [with] both my children, it wasn’t easy falling pregnant, so we’ll just see how it goes,’ she revealed on the show.
She was also diagnosed with endometriosis in her mid 20s– a condition the NHS describes where tissue similar to the lining of the womb begins to grow in other places, such as the ovaries and fallopian tubes.
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