I love being on the beach - it's my favourite place. I can chill out, read, listen to music, play with my daughter.
I love Australian people.
I like doing accents. One of my friends works in hotel reservations and I'll ring her up and complain about the suite. Sometimes I get her.
I know that I've overfed myself trying to prop myself up because I'm exhausted.
I just feel that the only power I have is setting a good example.
I have the most ridiculous TV crush on Michael McIntyre. I fell in love watching him on 'Britain's Got Talent'.
I have never sung a whole song on my own before and I am not the best dancer in the world, but I would rather try and fall than not not try at all.
I have got one of those faces that change every day: you can dress me up, make me look vampy and then make me look 12 years old. But don't all women do this thing? We all take on these roles.
I have days of self-doubt, but I think the kindest thing I can do to myself is accept where my body is at.
I have been wearing black, which was a reaction to the Ginger thing. But now I have hopes and I can be anything. Tomorrow I might be naked with a feather boa, who knows?
I have always wanted a solo career, deep in the darkest pit of myself, but I didn't dare admit it to myself even. It took me a long time to confront my fears.
I have a history of eating disorders but, as a mother, you think of being an example to your child. I'm so much more balanced than I was.
I don't know what I'm doing, but I'm damn well gonna do it!
I don't know a lot about politics but I have great trust in him as leader.
I am absolutely blessed and I'm very grateful for where I am today.
For me reading was always the great escape without getting your fingers burnt.
For me feminism is bra-burning lesbianism. It's very unglamorous.
First my mother was Spanish. Then she became a Jehovahs Witness.
Everyone has a mad half-hour once a month.
Competition is for dogs and horses.
Being mean about other people isn't on my radar.
Being a celebrity, you can remain a child for ever, almost. You get away with more; you can get too pampered and it's not healthy.
Becoming a solo singer is like going from an eau de toilette to a perfume. It's much more intense.
A lot of people have said that I've got a voice that speaks to children. I think I've got a natural naivety to me. I'm childish.
'Spice Girls' is about unifying the world - every age, every gender, everyone. It's woman power, it's an essence, a tribe.