Emma Lee Bunton is an English actress, singer, and songwriter born on January 21, 1976, at Finchley, London. She became famous due to her participation in a 1990s girl group called Spice Girl as Baby Spice. They became the all-time best-selling female group after selling over 85 million records worldwide.
During the Spice Girls break from the show business, Emma Bunton decided to release her debut album called A Girl Like Me, under the British label, Virgin Records. Her album became a massive success after selling over 100,000 copies. It ranked at number four on the United Kingdom Album Chart and received a certified gold from BPI Limited.
Regarding her personal life, Bunton’s mom is a karate instructor, while her dad is a milkman. Unfortunately, her parents got divorced when she was 11, making her grew up away from his father. Regarding her education, Bunton studied at a theater school in Marble Arch, London, to enhance her acting skills. It’s where she met the English actress Keeley Hawes, and they lived together for over six months.