Beyoncé has done a lot of exciting things lately, including meeting up with Meghan Markle at the London premiere of "The Lion King." However, that reportedly has not stopped her from secretly working on reuniting with her former girl group, Destiny's Child.

According to the Sun, the "Spirit" singer wants the upcoming reunion to "include brand new music and a lucrative tour of the U.S. and Europe next year."

When speaking to the publication, an insider revealed that the Grammy winner believes the timing is just right for the surprise announcement to take place in 2020.

"She saw the success of the Spice Girls tour and wants to replicate that - but far bigger and better," the source divulged, adding that meetings with Kelly Rowland and Michelle Williams have taken place and they have been "discussing what they can do."

The group is said to be interested in doing a tour that is short enough for them to fit into their schedules, but extensive enough so that fans can be sure to attend a concert.

As reported by the Mirror, there was a rumored reunion six years ago, but the scheduling proved to be too complicated at that time. However, Beyoncé has recently been so "impressed by the summer wave of Girl Power" that she now believes it may be the right time to act. 

The "Survivor" singers have not released a studio album since 2004, but there have been hints that the three are still drawn to performing as a group as both Williams and Rowland performed with Beyoncé at Coachella last year and during her halftime show at the 2013 Super Bowl. 

Beyonce_TheGift Beyoncé is pictured onstage during Coachella Valley Music And Arts Festival Weekend 1 in Indio, California, April 14, 2018. Photo: Kevin Winter/Getty Images