Gary Barlow shares a family update while saying a tearful ‘goodbye’ to his daughter.


Gary Barlow shares a family update while bidding a tearful ‘goodbye’ to his daughter.

GARY BARLOW revealed on Instagram that his daughter Emily has started university after returning from a family trip to the Maldives.

On Thursday, Gary Barlow announced the news to his 846,000 Twitter followers.

“Just home from a lovely family break,” he wrote on the social media platform’s Story feature.

We said our final goodbyes to Emily, who will be attending university for the next four years.

Gary Barlow is an English singer and songwriter.

“We said our goodbyes to Emily, who is off to university for four years! [crying emoji]”

“But we all had fun – relaxed, and now I’m ready for another crazy year!!!!!!” added the Take That star.

Since the year 2000, Gary has been married to Dawn Andrews.

Daniel, 21, Emily, 19, and Daisy, 12, are their three children.

Despite the pandemic, the father-of-three had a busy year in 2021, having premiered his own BBC show, I’m With the Band, in June.

In November, the 50-year-old released the Dream of Christmas, his sixth studio album and first Christmas album, along with a deluxe edition that added five more songs to the 11-track project.

Gary, along with Craig David, Alesha Dixon, and Dawn French, was one of the four judges on ITV’s new talent show Walk The Line the following month.

It would be an understatement to say that the Patience hitmaker stayed busy despite the global crisis.

Gary stated in a recent interview with journalist Jay Rayner that broadcasters should concentrate their efforts on bringing back more talent shows to our television screens.

He recalled a conversation with show executives who told him that music-themed shows no longer work on television.

“Unfortunately, we’ve reached a point where I’m sitting with broadcasters and they’re all saying, ‘Music doesn’t work on TV anymore.’

“I’m never sure what they’re talking about when they say that.”

When Simon Cowell went to the US to launch the short-lived FOX version of The X Factor, Gary took over as the head judge.

From 2011 to 2013, the National Television Awards winner served as a judge on three seasons of the formerly biggest talent show on television.

However, in July 2021, ITV announced that the show had been cancelled after 17 years due to a significant drop in year-to-year ratings.

“The sad thing about music on television nowadays is that it caters to all types of people.

“News from the Brinkwire.”

We said goodbye to our Emily who goes off to Uni for 4 years!

Gary Barlow


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