Mel B has uploaded a tear jerking note penned by her daughter Madison, eight, onto social media.
The Spice Girls singer, 44, shared the handwritten letter onto Instagram after her daughter – who she shares with ex-husband Stephen Belafonte – jetted back to LA after spending a week with the star.
The lovely note, written in red crayon, proved that Madison and her mum have a sweet bond as she wrote her mum was 'loving', 'funny' and 'beautiful' alongside sharing she misses her when they are apart.
Alongside the image of the note, Mel reflected on the past week with her daughter and how her 'abusive ex' is keeping them apart.
She told her fans: "This time last week I walked around winter wonderland with my 3 kids having the best Xmas fun ever, my youngest Madison with me for 7 amazing days.
"She wrote me this on the plane going back to LA, as I read this over and over again the pain I feel is unbearable, I don’t no when me or her sisters are gonna see her again.
"My abuser STILL manages to abuse me threw [sic] the courts and on a daily basis threw [sic] a “court appointed” email that allows him access to me for him to say whenever whatever he wants.
"I share this because I no [sic] other mothers are going threw [sic] exactly the same thing right now, just no your [sic] not alone I feel your pain, and I won’t stop talking and fighting to get justice for us all and our kids #stopabuse #yournotalone #talktosomeonetoday @womens_aid."
The upload comes after Mel has said she's been struggling with post traumatic stress disorder PTSD) since her marriage broke down in 2016.
She and Stephen divorced the following year and spent months battling it out in a nasty court battle before finally reaching a settlement.
She says leaving her husband was just the first step, and she still has a long way to go before she's healed.
The singer added: "Even though you have left your abuser… that pain and anxiety is always there…
She credits leaving Los Angeles and moving back to Leeds to live with her much with helping her through the process.
Since her experience, Mel has become a patron of the Women's Aid charity and is part of a campaign fighting to make sure the Government gives better funding to help domestic abuse victims.
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