The singer, 49, praised his stellar weight loss efforts because the jacket is now far too big for him in size.
Sharing a moment of him wearing the big blazer at home with his 700k followers on Instagram, Gary wrote: “Well, it’s a good start to the day.
“I had just come out of a closet and I found this beauty around 2003. Need I say more #barlowsbootcamp. “
Just last week, Gary gave fans a hilarious snapshot of his Take That climax.
The back photo saw Gary kiss his soft blonde locks and give a shy smile to the camera while being laid back in a laid back blue polo shirt.
Gary, now 49, estimated the photo was taken 25 years ago in 1995, five years after Nigel Martin Smith’s creation of Take That.
“I saw it appear online this week and I had to share it,” said Gary. “I’m afraid the year is a guess, because usually the background reveals where I was … 1995, I think. I wore this top a lot at that time. “
And all of Take That’s returns are no coincidence, as the group recently announced an upcoming meeting.
The Never Forger hitmakers – originally composed of Robbie Williams, 46, Gary Barlow, 49, Mark Owen, 48, Howard Donald, 52, and 49 Jason Orange – formed 30 years ago and in 1996 Robbie left the group and the rest of the group separated in 1997.
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In 2005 Gary, Howard, Mark and Jason reformed without Robbie, but now the Angels solo star joins us and Jason – who left in 2014 – is not participating.
The quartets will sing live on webcam for supporters and perform the concert from their home in order to raise funds for front-line workers amid the coronavirus pandemic on Friday evening.
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