Take That fans go wild over bizarre new video with Robbie Williams and Mark Owen
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Take That fans have lost their heads over a hilarious new video of former bandmates Robbie Williams and Mark Owen.
While the 'Angels' singer previously teased another reunion of Take That last year, fans have been getting giddy after a bizarre video of the duo was uploaded by his wife Ayda Field.
Robbie, who famously quit Take That in 1996, went on to have a hugely successful solo career.
Formerly a band of five, the group now consists of Gary Barlow, Mark Owen and Howard Donald.
The original line-up also featured Jason Orange who left the pop group in 2014.
Well, as shown in the clip above, Robbie, 48, and Mark, 50, are both randomly tucking into a slice of pizza while sat in 'baby' high chairs.
Ayda jokes: "I enjoyed both of you guys in the baby chairs.
"I think its a good look."
To which Robbie replied: "There was nowhere else for us of sit.
"And also we're the babies of the band."
Quite simply put, fans lost their s**t with one viewer commenting: "OMG you almost made my heart stop. How cute are those two??? I looooove seeing them together, Thanks for sharing!"
A second person revealed: "This little clip has made my year 💯😍❤️ Oh my goodness. Tomorrow is blue Monday, not anymore 💪🏽 Thank you Ayda 😘✌🏾 Heart = FULL ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ x x."
"Aww love seeing Rob and Mark together ❤️," a third person wrote.
Another added: "So good to see 'my boys' together 🥰 thanks for sharing."
Someone else couldn't help think of their 'teenage self' and commented: "Ayda my teenage self (I'm now 43) is going nuts, that's Mark Owen & Robbie Williams you're with 😂😂😂."
Robbie actually left the band in 1995 and waited for the four remaining members to complete their world tour before officially quitting the following year.
However, the singer returned for a 2006 reunion tour around the UK, called 'The Ultimate Tour'.
Then in May that year, the group announced their fourth studio album, Beautiful World, which was followed up with The Circus in 2008.
Robbie then rejoined Take That yet again in 2010 for the band's sixth studio album, Progress.
In 2012, the Official Charts Company revealed that Take That were number 15 in the biggest-selling singles artists in British music chart history.
At the time, this stat made them the most successful boy band in UK chart history.
Also, four of their albums are listed in the best-selling albums of the millennium, with three of them among the 60 best-selling albums in UK chart history.
Whether you like them or not, it's hard to argue against those numbers.
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