Mel B certainly knows how to make a statement, and she did so on Tuesday when she revealed some news that we still can't believe.
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Scary Spice took to Instagram to reveal that she had been made an ambassador to the island nation of Nevis, a part of the Caribbean where her father comes from. And the singer turned up the heat as she revealed the news as she posed in some serene ocean waves in a tiny turquoise bikini. And she wasn't alone in the lagoon, as she cuddled up and kissed an adorable pet pup, who'd just enjoyed some time in the water.
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Mel also shared two photos of herself with her father, one was a seriously cute baby photo where she and sister Danielle were balanced on the knees of her dad and one of his friends.
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The second showed the Spice Girls star with her father at a prestigious event, and she looked beautiful in a lace dress.
Sharing her amazing news, she wrote: "I am soooo proud and honoured that I have been made ambassador to Nevis - my dad's homeland yipppeeeeee!!!
"It's the most incredible island in the world and I want to help make sure EVERYONE sees just how amazingly beautiful It truly is."
Mel looked beautiful in the ocean waves
She added: "From the people, the food, the music, the setting and the feeling you have when you're there, Nevis is such a special place."
And with just the photo that Mel shared, we certainly agree that the island nation looks stunning!
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Nevis has a population of 11,000 and the announcement coincides with the news that the island nation dropped its quarantine measurements, meaning visitors no longer have to self-isolate for three days after arrival.
The country is best-known for its beaches as well as having a 985m volcanic peak. And it just so happens to be the birthplace of American founding father Alexander Hamilton.
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