Mel B looks lively as she enjoys a cigarette on her evening out with male companion in London

She is the devoted mum to her three young children as well as balancing her fully-fledged showbiz career on television.

Yet Mel B let her hair down when she enjoyed an evening on the tiles with an unidentified male companion in Soho, in London on Tuesday. 

Scary Spice, 43, framed her lithe limbs in her thigh-grazing boots and derriere-flashing daisy dukes while she walked alongside her casually-clad pal.

On the town! Mel B looked lively as she enjoyed a cigarette on her evening out with male companion, in London on Tuesday

On the town! Mel B looked lively as she enjoyed a cigarette on her evening out with male companion, in London on Tuesday

Let your legs do the talking in thigh high boots by Balmain

Are these the same boots that Mel B lent to her daughter Phoenix a few months ago? Great style runs in the family!

A pair of over the knee boots are an autumn/winter essential, but these aren't just any old OTKs. The former Spice Girl was rocking a pair of sassy thigh highs by Balmain, which she teamed with denim shorts and a printed shirt.

We love the neutral hue and never-ending length of these boots, which will give you supermodel pins. Unfortunately her exact style has now sold out, but click through to Luisa Via Roma to buy some very similar Balmain beauties.

Or put your best foot forward in a pair of fierce boots from our edit below. Missguided, Boohoo and Dolce Vita have all got affordable options to choose from!

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The America's Got Talent judge took a moment for a cigarette break during their low-key walk in the evening.

Mel's male companion cut a trendy look wearing his shirt open over his T-shirt and jeans but he wore a baseball cap to keep a low profile. 

The singer often is spotted relishing the company of her close male friend and hairdresser Gary Madatyan.

Smoking hot! The America's Got Talent judge took a moment for a cigarette break during their low-key walk in the evening

Smoking hot! The America's Got Talent judge took a moment for a cigarette break during their low-key walk in the evening

The successful pop star raises her eldest daughter Phoenix, 19, from her first marriage to Jimmy Gulzar. 

Simon Cowell's close pal also shares her daughter Angel, 11, with Hollywood actor and The Nutty Professor star Eddie Murphy.

Mel brings up her youngest daughter Madison, aged seven, from her latest marriage to Stephen Belafonte, 43. 

Pout and about: Mel's male companion cut a trendy look wearing his shirt open over his T-shirt and jeans but he wore a baseball cap to keep a low profile

Pout and about: Mel's male companion cut a trendy look wearing his shirt open over his T-shirt and jeans but he wore a baseball cap to keep a low profile

The songstress revealed her 'traumatic' marriage to Stephen caused her to suffer from PTSD when she appeared on Loose Women in September.   

She shared: 'I've openly admitted I suffer from it and it's an ongoing thing.

'It's a condition you have to acknowledge and I commend her [Katie Price] for actually saying it out loud because it's hard in the public eye. [Mine was triggered] Because I had a traumatic marriage.

'I had to read about it and then I got diagnosed because mine came back in flashbacks, nightmares and really bad anxiety based around things that would trigger me or make me so suffocated in my emotions that I couldn't even move or talk. It's good to acknowledge it.'

Bombshell: The songstress revealed her 'traumatic' marriage to Stephen caused her to suffer from PTSD when she appeared on Loose Women in September

Bombshell: The songstress revealed her 'traumatic' marriage to Stephen caused her to suffer from PTSD when she appeared on Loose Women in September


 

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Mel B looks lively as she enjoys a cigarette on her evening out with male companion in London

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