The Spice Girls are preparing to reunite to mark the Queen's Diamond Jubilee, it has been reported.

According to The Sun, Mel B revealed that the all-girl pop group will perform at Buckingham Palace in early June. Mel ended up spilling the beans on the plan, which was apparently kept under wraps, by mistake while talking to an Australian TV channel, the report added.

Her remarks came when asked if the Spices were planning anything for the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony. "Ooh, I think the Queen's Jubilee concert is the event I'd be looking at more closely for that to happen," she reportedly said.

She added later: "I am going to be in such strife for saying that. It's all so totally bloody top-secret still."

The band split up in 2000 but staged an emphatic comeback in 2007. "I'm always down for a Spice Girls reunion. I love the Scary hair and platforms. Any time of day or night I'll be there," Mel, 36, reportedly said.

Here's a recap of some of the classic appearances of the iconic band:

The Spice Girls perform at the opening of the Brit Awards ceremony, at the London Arena (1998).PA
The Spice Girl accept the BRITS Award 1998 at London Docklands Arena.PA
Pop queens, The Spice Girls, pictured in Manchester at their first open British news conference (1998).PA
The all girl group "Spice Girls" on stage during their first London concert at Wembley Arena (1998).PA
The Spice Girls at a press conference in Modena, Italy (1998).PA
Geri Halliwell, Emma Bunton and Mel B from the Spice Girls at the Glamour Women of the Year Awards after party in Berkeley Square Gardens, central London (2008).PA
The Spice Girls pose for the photographers on the grounds of the Royal Observatory in Greenwich, London (2007).PA
The Spice Girls at the MTV Europe Music Awards held at the Globe Arena in Stockholm. (2000).PA
The Spice Girls arriving at Red Cube in London's Leicester Square for the Launch party of their new album 'Forever' (2000).PA
Victoria Beckham (second right) is comforted by Emma Bunton, Mel C and Mel B when she became overwhelmed with emotion during the Spice Girls performance at the Brit Awards where they received the Outstanding Contribution to British Music Award * at Earls Court, London. (2000)PA