By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Baby joy: Emma Bunton poses with her new son Tate in this photo from Hello magazine. The Spice Girls star also revealed she and bandmate Victoria Beckham have been swapping baby tips
Emma Bunton has told how she and fellow ex-Spice Girl Victoria Beckham have been swapping baby tips after becoming mums again just weeks apart.
The 35-year-old - once known as Baby Spice - gave birth to Tate Lee Jones in May.
‘As soon as we can possibly meet up, we will. But for the moment we’re making do with emails,’ Miss Bunton told Hello! magazine.
The full interview appears in this week's Hello!
The singer lives in the UK while Mrs Beckham had her fourth child, daughter Harper Seven, two weeks ago in Los Angeles.
‘We’ve been swapping bits of advice and photos and sharing our excitement,’ added Miss Bunton, who also has a three-year-old son, Beau, with partner Jade Jones, 32.
The Dancing On Ice judge said she shares a strong bond with her former band mates – especially now they are all mothers.
‘The first bouquets through the door were from Victoria, Geri (Halliwell) and Mel C. They came with little notes and that is always special to me, to get those from the girls.
'The relationship we girls have will always be special. Now our kids are friends too and as they grow, it will be wonderful to watch them all and the different stages in their lives.'
Spice network: Victoria has just given birth to daughter Harper, and Emma said she is looking forward to seeing their children grow up together
Miss Bunton gave birth to Tate at London's Portland Hospital on May 6 and said she and Jones both sobbed when they held the 7lb bundle.
She said: 'Mum was busy snapping away with her camera and there is one shot of the three of us: Tate is in my arms and I have tears pouring down my face, Jade is kissing me and he's streaming with tears. It was very emotional!'
After originally announcing her pregnancy last November, the Dancing On Ice judge revealed in February she was expecting another boy with Jones.
And in January, the couple revealed they were engaged after 11 years together.
Friends forever: Emma revealed the girls are still close friends and see each other as often as they can
Miss Bunton has previously spoken of her fears she would never conceive after being diagnosed with endometriosis when she was 25.
She said while pregnant with Beau: 'I remember the doctor saying at the time, "Fifty per cent of women with endometriosis go on to have children." I thought, "Only 50 per cent..." It scared the life out of me. I was frightened.
'I've been so worried for such a long time that I might not be able to be a mum.'
The full interview is in the new edition of Hello! magazine, out now.