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Gary Barlow wants to renew his wedding vows with wife Dawn!

by Sophie Hamilton

Gary Barlow showed fans his romantic side on Thursday night while filming An Evening with Take That for ITV. The Take That frontman revealed to the studio audience during a question and answer segment: “I’d like to renew my wedding vows with my amazing wife. That’s ­definitely on the agenda.” Singer Gary, 46, first met his wife Dawn when she was only 17 and working as a backing dancer for Take That. They have been married for 17 years, with their first wedding ceremony back in 2000. Now the happy couple have their second wedding celebration to plan for, which their three children will no doubt be a part of. Gary and Dawn are parents to Daniel, 16, Emily, 14 and Daisy, eight.

Gary Barlow and his wife Dawn on their 17th wedding anniversary

Gary was also in the news this week after he was taken ill while appearing on The One Show with fellow bandmates Mark Owen and Howard Donald. During the interview, Gary suddenly announced to the group: “Can I leave you two to it? I don’t feel very well.” The star then got up and left the interview, leaving viewers worried for his health. However, Gary was fine and took to his Twitter page to put fans’ minds at rest. Gary wrote: Thank you for all the messages. I’m absolutely fine. We had a very hot dressing room and I thought I was going to faint on live TV!”

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Gary Barlow and his wife Dawn


Gary has been busy this year with hit BBC1 show Let It Shine and the release of Take That’s Wonderland album last month. Take That are set to go on tour this May. The popular singer has also recently revealed that he’s landed a role in the new Star Wars film. Gary confirmed to Lorraine’s Ross King: "I'm not a Stormtrooper, but I am in it." He then added: "Now that I've said that, I'll probably be out. I think the Star Wars people are so strict about what information [is out there]. So me saying that, I've probably just done myself out of a role." Avid Star Wars fans can catch Gary in the hotly-anticipated movie in December this year.

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