Gary Barlow and his wife plan to renew wedding vows

Tasha Hegarty
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From Digital Spy

We all knew Gary Barlow was a bit of a romantic – you can't write 'A Million Love Songs' with a heart of stone after all – but this news confirms it as the singer has revealed he will be renewing his wedding vows with his wife Dawn next year.

Aww.

During an interview on An Evening With Take That, which will air on ITV next week, Gary let everyone know what he had planned when asked what it was he'd be up to next year.

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"I'd like to renew my wedding vows with my amazing wife," he said. "That's ­definitely on the agenda."

Well, he does have a bit of time on his hands now the band has confirmed their big 25th anniversary tour is no longer happening.

The couple met back in Take That's early days when Dawn was a backing dancer on the band's 1995 Nobody Else tour. They later married in 2000 and share three children together in Daniel, Emily and Daisy.

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On Friday (March 31), Gary walked off during an interview on The One Show as he felt unwell.

"I'm just going to leave you to it, I don't feel very well," he said as he exited, leaving bandmates, Mark Owen and Howard Donald to continue with the interview.

However, he managed to sort himself out and join his bandmates later for a performance like the professional he is, bless him.

Gary then took to Twitter to let everyone know that he was feeling fine but needed to leave as he felt faint during the interview.

"Thank you all for the messages," he wrote. "I'm absolutely fine. We had a very hot dressing room and I thought I was gong to faint on live TV !"

An Evening With Take That will air on Saturday, April 8 on ITV.

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