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Robbie Williams performed with former Take That bandmate Mark Owen on stage for the first time in 12 YEARS at his concert at the Royal Sandringham estate in Norfolk.

The pair performed Greatest Day in front of more than 20,000 excited fans as the grounds of King Charles’ royal residence were turned into a massive concert venue. Robbie’s shows at Sandringham were the final gigs of his world XXV tour, which marks 25 years since he left Take That to go solo.

And fans were thrilled to see Robbie and Mark back on a concert stage together for the first time in over a DECADE. Robbie left Take That in 1995, before they split a year later. They reformed as a quartet without him in 2005, but he re-joined the group in 2010 for their album, Progress, and subsequent tour the following year.

He has since performed with Take That three times on television, with his last gig at the UK final of the X Factor in 2018.

But this is the first time fans have heard the two singers perform live in concert since the final night of Take That’s Progress tour at the Olympic Stadium in Munich, Germany in July 2011.

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