Gary Barlow says one of his most treasured possessions is a watch his wife Dawn bought him for his 40th birthday.
One of Gary Barlow's most prized possessions is his watch.
The 'Greatest Day' singer was given a Rolex Oyster Perpetual Datejust watch from 1971 - the year of his birth - by his wife Dawn and the timepiece holds deep sentimental value to him.
Gary, 42, said: ''It's an occasion for me, wearing a watch. It's not an everyday thing. And this watch was a 40th birthday present from my lovely wife Dawn, so it means a lot to me.
''I do have other watches, but they're watches I buy when I fancy a treat. This one was something thoughtful that was bought for me that I really take care of.''
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