Mel B reunites with her family for Sunday lunch after horror accident

Just a week after sustaining an horrific injury which partially ‘severed’ her right hand, Spice Girl Melanie Brown is recuperating in ties best way possible: by spending time with her family.

‘Scary Spice’ Mel had a bitter bust-up with her sister Danielle in 2007 – reportedly because the Brown family didn’t approve of Mel’s then-new husband Stephen Belafonte.

Now, with the marriage to Belafonte over, Mel is spending time with her sister again – and enjoying a Sunday roast with Danielle and their mother Andrea.

Celebrating the moment on Instagram, the star posted “Can’t beat a Sunday roast at ya sisters house right!!

“Thankyou @missdaniellebrown for the Best Sunday dinner EVERrrrrr!! #homecooking #Sunday #familyfirst Leeds Leeds Leeds #yorkshirepudding #roastpotatoes #stuffing.”

In a second snap Mel posed between her mum and her aunt – waving her still heavily bandaged hand in the air.

The exact cause of Mel’s injury is still unclear but it’s believed to have been a simple fall on the stairs at her home which led to her cutting her hand on some broken glass.

She was determined to prove that the accident was not a result of alcohol or drug use and publicised the results of a drugs test to underline the fact.

Informing fans of her hospitalisation, she posted on social media: "Suffering two broken ribs, a severed right hand needing emergency care, to having had to have over a 3 hr surgery to repair the damage hence the purple sling.

"I’ve had to unfortunately cancel my book signing today in NY, I apologise to each and everyone of you who bought their tickets to meet me today. I’m absolutely gutted but I can assure you it WILL happen at a later date. I promise.

"For now my right hand/arm is all stitched up and I’m trying to keep still to heal my broken ribs, ohhh the pain, but I’m in super safe hands with the care of everyone here at the hospital!!!!! thank you all for understanding, I love you all #accidentshappen #hospital #needtimetoheal."

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