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Victoria Johns

Take That fans go wild as Robbie Williams and Mark Owen reunite in bizarre video

Take That fans went wild when two of the band's stars Robbie Williams and Mark Owen reunited.

The Everything Changes hitmakers split in 1996, but the "babies of the band" have popped up in a video together, which was filmed by Robbie's wife Ayda Field, 43.

In the bizarre clip, Robbie, 48, and Mark, 50, tuck into pizza - sitting in high chairs.

Mark, sporting long hair and a moustache, looks delighted to be back with his pal, as they perch in the seats belonging to the Angels star's daughter Coco, four, and son Beau, two.

The hilarious video was shared by Robbie's wife, Ayda, who quipped: "I enjoyed both of you guys in the baby chairs. I think its a good look", as Robbie replied: "There was nowhere else for us of sit. And also we're the babies of the band."

Fans went into meltdown when they saw the singers reunited, with one declaring: "OMG you almost made my heart stop. How cute are those two??? I looooove seeing them together, Thanks for sharing!'"

Take That fans went wild when two of the band's stars Robbie Williams and Mark Owen reunited (@aydafieldwilliams/Instagram)
The vid was filmed by Robbie's wife Ayda (Dave Benett/Getty Images)

Another said: "This little clip has made my year Oh my goodness. Tomorrow is blue Monday, not anymore. Thank you Ayda Heart = FULL x x."

While a third gushed: "Aww..Rob and Mark together has made my day. Love them in the baby chairs x."

Take That shot to fame in 1989 and went on to achieve 12 number one singles in the UK Singles Chart along with eight number one albums and are currently the most successful boy band in UK chart history.

Take That formed in 1989 (Getty Images)

However, in 1995, Robbie decided to quit the group, before going on to achieve incredible success as a solo artist.

Gary Barlow, Jason Orange, Howard Donald and Mark disbanded a year later - but they got back together in 2005.

In 2020, Gary, Robbie, Howard and Mark sang live via home webcams in a bid to raise money for front-line workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Mark, Robbie, Howard and Gary performed during lockdown (Getty Images)

The impromptu gig went down a storm with fans, who begged the foursome to reunite after Jason quit in 2014.

Last year, Mark teased a longed-for reunion, telling Metro : "What tends to happen is that our records often directs where the tour is going to go, so they go hand in hand for us.

"When we’re writing songs, we will be thinking about how the live production works or a moment within the show. So maybe in the next year we will have [an album and tour] to share with everyone."

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