The Spice Girls are said to be at war after Victoria Beckham refused to party with the remaining four at the Viva Forever premiere afterparty on Tuesday.
Melanie Chisholm, Emma Bunton, Geri Halliwell and Melanie Brown put on a united front as they posed on the red carpet arm-in-arm but fellow bandmate Victoria arrived later and only posed for photos with her family.
Despite taking to the stage after the launch performance of the show to make a speech, Victoria is said to have refused to spend time with her former bandmates at the celebratory bash that evening causing a huge row within the band.
A source told the Daily Mirror: "Victoria was searching for UK schools for the boys during the day and told the others she would arrive later - but her and David's families were in the theatre half an hour before.
"It seems she doesn't give a t**s any more, so the girls decided enough was enough - if she doesn't want in on Spice, then don't bother to show up. The other four were angry at her. They don't get why she's not interested and why she insists on turning up to events when she's only giving 30 per cent effort."
Posh arrived 10 minutes later than the rest of the Spice Girls and, while she sat in the same row as the other girls, she chose to sit next to her family rather than her bandmates.
And it seems the stress of Victoria's apparent move back to the UK from Los Angeles as well as the pressure of running her fashion empire is putting a strain on the star.
A friend of Victoria's told the publication: "She's got a lot on her plate and everyone knows she's stressed out.
"She's got her fashion house to worry about and the main priority is finding the boys a school they like. She's got a lot on."