Gary Barlow made it a family affair as he attended the Olivier Awards on Sunday night. The Take That frontman was accompanied by his wife Dawn and their daughter Emily, who he posed with for photos on Instagram. In one picture, Gary stood alongside his "grown up" girl Emily, who looked gorgeous in a midnight blue gown.
He followed it up with a close-up snap of her hair, which was styled into intricate braids and adorned with flowers. A second picture showed Gary and his wife of 17 years, Dawn, who looked beautiful in a pastel pink floral gown. "My gorgeous grown up Emily and my lovely wife Dawn #OlivierAwards," the proud singer wrote.
Gary Barlow with his daughter Emily
Gary, 46, attended the awards ceremony at London's Royal Albert Hall for his new musical The Girls, which opened in the West End earlier this year. The show, based on Calendar Girls, was nominated in the Best Actress and the Mastercard Best New Musical categories. Despite losing out to other winners, Gary had a great time at the red-carpet affair. He tweeted: "We've had an amazing night @OlivierAwards well done to all the winners and nominees." The morning after he posted: "Thanks for all your lovely messages from last night @OlivierAwards we had the best time @thegirlsmusical and loved opening the show."
The Take That frontman and his wife of 17 years, Dawn
Gary and former dancer Dawn are the proud parents to teenagers Daniel and Emily, and eight-year-old Daisy. The couple sadly lost their fourth child in 2012, a daughter Poppy who was delivered stillborn. Gary recently revealed his plans to renew his wedding vows to Dawn. While filming a question and answer segment on An Evening with Take That for ITV, he told the studio audience: "I'd like to renew my wedding vows with my amazing wife. That's ¬definitely on the agenda."