It was sugary smiles and all things nice for the cameras.
But rumour had it things were far less friendly behind the scenes when the Spice Girls reunited in London this week to promote their latest money-maker, a West End Musical of their songs.
Who cares whether or not they can stand to be in the same room together, though?
All we women were interested in was how much better they all looked in their late 30s than they did in their heyday - particularly Emma Bunton.
In the Nineties they boosted the confidence of a teen generation.
Having swapped tarty clothes, lairy hair and lurid tan-tastic make-up for pared-down elegance, they are now a glowing testimony to the fact that maturity can do wonders for a woman’s looks.