Meanwhile controversial television presenter Jeremy Clarkson returns to the show alongside comedy writer and actor Stephen Merchant.
Mr Barlow achieved huge success in the Nineties as part of Manchester boy band Take That.
The album, recorded without Mr Williams, was a hit and in 2010 the Stoke-born singer rejoined the band to release ‘Progress’, which at the time was the fastest selling album of the 21st century.
While riding their second wave of success Take That rubbed shoulders with A-listers and royalty.
In 2018, the band played the Royalty Variety Show and before the performance, they were filmed chatting with Prince Harry and Meghan.
Harry was caught deep in small talk with Take That members and marvelled at the fact the boy band had formed 30 years ago.
Meghan touched her hair awkwardly before politely laughing, as though she didn’t know whether the former X Factor judge was joking.
In response Mr Barlow added: “We’re serious!”
Mr Barlow then replied: “That’s right. He really is on there.”
Meghan’s eyes widened, and she then said: “Oh my goodness, you learn something new every day.”
Though it is uncertain whether the Duke of Sussex sang on a Take That track, he played the tambourine on ‘Sing’.
The song had been written by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Mr Barlow and was performed by artists across the Commonwealth to celebrate the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee in 2012.
To write the song, Mr Barlow even visited Treetops in Kenya, where Her Majesty had been staying when she discovered her father had died.
The song was presented to the Queen in May 2012.
Mr Barlow and Mr Lloyd Webber gave the monarch a framed copy of the sheet music and then performed the track to her.
The song rose from number 11 to number 1 in the UK singles chart in its second week of release.
It became Mr Barlow’s first chart topping single since his 1997 hit ‘Love Won’t Wait.’
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Source: EXPRESS CO UK