Gary Barlow, 51, has received an outpouring of support from fans after he revealed his wife Dawn Andrews had a “big operation” last week. Taking to Twitter on September 11, the British crooner gave an update on his other half’s condition.
The Take That performer revealed his partner had suffered a broken wrist but added she is recovering.
Gary, who boasts four million followers, gave fans an update on his wife’s condition.
He penned: “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….”
Fans flocked to comment on the post, as they offered their good wishes to the hitmaker’s wife.
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Gary is currently performing in his show A Different Stage as he takes it on tour across the country to promote his new book.
The show features his music and intimate chats with audiences.
It comes after the Rule The World hitmaker opened up about the couple’s loss after the tragic stillbirth of their daughter while he was on tour.
The pair’s fourth child, Poppy, was stillborn in August 2012, with Gary admitting he struggled to deal with “the scar that wasn’t going to heal”.
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He said: “The moment that Poppy Barlow was born the light that filled the room was just magical.
“Over that next hour, we took turns nursing her, cuddling her, having pictures taken with her, hands, footprints, just anything to try and extend those short 60 minutes. But the nurse came and told us our time was up.
“We kissed her goodbye and off she went.”
Gary added: “I found myself back in that familiar place, not knowing any of the words or where to stand, nor what to say. I needed to accept this wasn’t a scar that was going to heal with time, this was a scar I was going to die with.”