Gary Barlow’s son is Robbie fan

Gary Barlow’s son tells him that being friends with Robbie Williams is the best thing he’s ever done.

The Take That singer has revealed the reaction of his ten-year-old son following a recent visit to bandmate Robbie’s home in Los Angeles.

The two colleagues haven’t always seen eye to eye, famously falling out in the mid-90s as Robbie embarked on a solo career. They have since patched up their differences and are set along with fellow band members Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Jason Orange to embark on a massive tour across Europe.

According to Gary, his eldest son Daniel is particularly glad that the pair are now reunited as it allows him to receive expensive gifts.

“I stay at his house when I go to LA. My eldest son loves him because he gave him a pair of David Beckham’s boots. He’s like, ‘Dad, knowing this guy is the best thing that’s ever happened to you,’ Gary explained.

The 39-year-old music star went on to explain that the dynamics within the group haven’t changed much despite them not being all together for over 10 years. Gary still sees himself as the bossy member of the quintet despite significant time elapsing.

“The big brother definitely and I guess I’m a bit of the boss as well. It’s funny because there’s so much of that still there. I kind of still lead the trail,” he said. 

 



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