He recently revealed he’d love to renew his wedding vows.
And Gary Barlow, 46, was in a nostalgic mood on Friday as he shared a sweet throwback snap to mark his 18th wedding anniversary.
The Take That singer/songwriter wowed fans with the sweet photo, alongside an equally mushy dedication to his gorgeous ‘Mrs B’.
‘Stronger than ever’: Gary Barlow, 46, was in a nostalgic mood on Friday as he shared a sweet throwback snap with wife Dawn to mark his 18th wedding anniversary
The retro snap shows a floppy-haired Gary hugging Dawn as they cosy up on a sofa in matching jeans.
The couple have barely changed, with fans flooding the Instagram snap’s comments with gushing congratulatory messages.
Gary paid loving tribute to his wife in the caption, writing: ‘Happy wedding anniversary Mrs.B. 18 fabulous years together. Stronger than we’ve ever been. Here’s to the rest of our lives. Pic taken 1995. #foreverlove.’
Gary met Dawn when she was aged just 17 and performing as a backing dancer for Take That.
Then and now: The couple, pictured in 2017, share three children together
They tied the knot back in 2000 and have three children together: Daniel, 16, Emily, 14, and Daisy, eight.
In 2012, the couple spoke of their devastation after losing daughter Poppy, who was delivered stillborn.
Speaking about her husband in an interview last year, Dawn told OK! Magazine that Gary was a ‘brilliant cook’, adding that their conversations were ‘all about the kids’.
Singer Gary announced plans to renew his vows with Dawn while recording ITV’s An Evening With Take That last month.
Way back when: Gary met wife Dawn when she was aged just 17 and performing as a backing dancer for Take That before they married in 2000
He told the audience during a Q&A session: ‘I’d like to renew my wedding vows with my amazing wife. That’s definitely on the agenda.’
The romantic later took to social media though to say Dawn wasn’t impressed with his proposal.
Asked by fan Lauren on Twitter: ‘How does Dawn feel about renewing your wedding vows?’ he replied: ‘She said not that again!’
Still going strong: Howard Donald, Mark Owen and Gary have continued to tour as Take That