gary barlow has had incredible success in the music industry with his band Take that.
But one of the other big successes in her life is her family – and marriage of 24 years.
The 53-year-old British musician opened up to 9Honey Celebrity about his wife Dawn Andrews and said it was “fate” that bought them together when they met while she was a dancer on his group’s tour in 1995.
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“We celebrated our 24th wedding anniversary last week, so we’re very happy and life is good,” Barlow said.
“Our industry, it attracts all the wrong people and I was very lucky to find the right person.”
“She was on tour with us, it was like [fate]Yes it was, we had to meet,” he added.
He subsequently credited his wife for raising his children while he toured frequently with Take That over the years.
“People always say, ‘Your kids are so cute,’ and I always say, ‘Wait, that was my wife.’ She raised our children, I’m afraid she did,” he explained.
“I almost feel like I’m reliving the time I lost with my kids. My daughter is here [in Australia]She lives here and has been at university here for two years,” he said in Sydney to announce Take That’s upcoming Australian tour.
He added, “For a lot of our kids’ lives, I was on tour.”
The couple married in 2000 and have son Daniel and daughters Emily and Daisy. In 2012, their daughter Poppy was tragically born stillborn.
Take That, currently consisting of Barlow, Howard Donald and Mark Owen, have just announced their new tour, which will play across the UK and Europe and even Australia later this year. He will be supported by Sophie Ellis-Bextor
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Ahead of the tour, which is undoubtedly going to thrill fans, Barlow, 53, chatted with 9Honey Celebrity and talked about his time in the bandSaying that over the years, the group went “from boys to men”
Barlow said, “To be honest there have been a lot of different versions of our band, the first time we were boys, we were five and then we came back as men.”
“Some of us had children… We came back as men, we came back as four [piece] Then Rob joined us again and we were back to three [piece band]…And that’s where we’ve kind of relaxed, we’re comfortable like this.”
“It’s like just take it, they’re obviously old friends of mine, we get along great, we’re enjoying the live shows more than I ever thought possible and we love it and we’re happy to be here.” are again,” he said.
Barlow said that he never dreamed that Take That would have the success they have and that they would have a decades-long career.
He said, “If you wrote it down, no one would believe it.”
“It’s been an incredible journey and it’s not over yet, we’re still hungry and ambitious, this story is only half-written.”
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