It's rare that we get a look at Gary Barlow's family life, so fans were delighted when he shared a sweet photo showing him enjoying some bonding time with his youngest daughter, Daisy.
The singer - who is also a devoted dad to Daniel, 18, and Emily, 16 - took to InstaStories to show the nine-year-old enjoying a cup of hot chocolate with marshmallows.
Gary, 47, captioned the pic: "How to keep these little ones happy."
How to keep these little ones happy...
He tagged in the Lynwood & Co cafe in the Cotswold, where they were enjoying the treats.
He also shared a picture of the family Christmas tree - and what appeared to be his very tall son adding some decorations up the top.
Gary wrote: "6ft 4 really helps this time of year."
It followed the sad news that Take That have cancelled their 30th anniversary world tour, because a member of Gary's family is ill.
Gary - along with Mark Owen and Howard Donald - had planned a global arena tour from April, which was set to include Australia and South America. But they will now only do Europe.
The former X Factor judge told The Mirror: "We had a big ambition next year to do a world tour, but I have actually got an illness in my family and it means I am not going to travel for the next two years extensively.
"So all the plans for South America and Australia that were coming off... I thank my two band mates who have been so very understanding, but I just have to be at home - I cannot leave.
"I didn't want people getting frustrated that we're not getting out there. I'm a little stuck at the moment, so please be understanding."
Gary will instead spend more time working from home next year, writing a film with Sir Tim Rice, the renowned lyricists who wrote musicals including Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar, and Evita.
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