It's fully official; Christine McVie has rejoined Fleetwood Mac full-time.
The group's New York-based publicist Liz Rosenberg has confirmed the reunion to us and says she hopes to have details soon about some tour dates for this year.
The band was on the road much of 2013, and McVie -- who was with Fleetwood Mac from 1979-1988 (and married for a time to bassist John McVie) -- joined the group to perform "Don't Stop" during its shows during September in London.
Talk about her joining the band has persisted ever since, with drummer and co-founder Mick Fleetwood telling a concert audience in Hawaii over the weekend that it was a done deal.
Both Stevie Nick and Lindsey Buckingham, meanwhile, told fans at Fleetwood Mac's New Year's shows in Las Vegas that the group intended to tour again in 2014.
McVie was responsible for Fleetwood Mac hits such as "Don't Stop," "You Make Loving Fun," "Say You Love Me," "Hold Me" and more but largely disassociated herself for the group after quitting and moving to England.
There's been no discussion about new recording by the reunited lineup; Fleetwood Mac did release a four-song "Extended Play" EP last April.