Robbie Williams has revealed that he is writing new songs for Take That with Gary Barlow.
It comes weeks after the 46-year-old reunited with his former bandmates – Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald – for an online concert during lockdown.
Before that, Williams last performed with the group during the X Factor series final in 2018, where he was a judge.
Speaking on Mark Wright’s Heart Evening Show, Williams promised to “ride again” with his former partners.
He said: “I’ve been writing some songs with Gary Barlow in the last few weeks too.
“Yeah, so, you know, we will ride again, me and my brothers. I don’t know when that’s going to be but we will ride again.”
Williams last appeared on a Take That studio album in 2010 on the well-received Progress.
Fifth member Jason Orange left the band in 2014, saying: “There have been no fallings out, only a decision on my part that I no longer wish to do this.”
Williams also said that he named his seven-year-old daughter Theodora, although her nickname is Teddy, after being inspired by Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards.
He said: “Listen, who was it, it was Keith Richards has a daughter called Theodora and I remember back in the day, maybe 20 years ago, thinking what a beautiful name.
“So I stole it from Keith Richards so don’t you worry about that.”
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