GARY Barlow worried fans as he revealed wife Dawn has had a major operation.
The Everything Changes singer said Dawn had to undergo a “big operation” and is in “a lot of pain".
Gary, 51, said: "In other news – Mrs B broke her wrist 4 weeks ago. On Friday she had a big operation – she’s in a lot of pain but on the mend.
“Juggling real life this week with the blessing of being in the West End… it never rains!”
Gary, who has released the book A Different Stage, is preparing to go on tour with Take That in 2024 and has revealed he is working out five times a week to get back to the top of his game.
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The pair met again in 1992 while rehearsing for the Children's Royal Variety Performance.
They married in 2000 and have three children together – Daniel, 21, Emily, 19, and 12-year-old Daisy.
Their fourth child, Poppy, died during birth in April 2012.
Gary credits Dawn with supporting his career and also being there for him through his depression and weight issues.
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The singer went through a difficult time when he was dropped by his record label in 2000.
He told Event Magazine: "I remember waking up one morning and I was enormous.
"I was a mess and I thought, I am not the man she married. It was Dawn who got me to go to the doctor and it was because of Dawn that I went."
Gary, who last toured with Take That bandmates Howard Donald and Mark Owen in 2019, said: "Training for a tour, I'll do four to five sessions a week.
"It's mostly cardio-based, simply because you're singing while you're moving around, so you need good cardio.
"I think as I get older I need to train more."
Gary also said he has become an advocate of cold water therapy after getting hooked on the practice when he injured his back.
He said it helps to keep his body in check and added: "I've done it for quite a few years. Years ago I pulled my back.
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"I did the Ibuprofen, the pain relief, the stretching, the yoga. And I just bumped into a friend of mine who was with this doctor of alternative medicine.
"I was telling him about it and he goes, 'That's just a muscular thing that you can solve with cold water.' I did it for two days and I haven't had an Ibuprofen since."
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