One Spice Girl has gone her own way (Ginger, aka Geri Halliwell) and the others are experimenting with solo efforts, but at a press conference on Thursday, there seemed to be no signs of dissent among the remaining four Spices. “It has just become such a lovely, lovely relationship between the four of us,” said Posh Spice (Victoria Adams). The girls were together at a book store in Central London to launch their authorized biography, which includes photos from their American tour and each girl’s thoughts about the splits with Halliwell and their manager, losing family members, relationships and children (remember, two are now Spice moms). There still seem to be some hard feelings when it comes to ex-Spice Girl Ginger (Geri Halliwell). When asked about a reported romance for Halliwell, Sporty Spice Melanie Chisolm was short: “At the end of the day, if Geri is in a relationship, if she’s engaged, if she’s going to get married — whatever. It has nothing to do with Spice Girls.” Next stop Spice: they are getting ready for a series of Christmas concerts and working on their new album, coming out next spring.