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The longtime couple has tied the knot in front of a small group of 40 friends and family at Robbie's Beverly Hills mansion on Saturday, August 7.
The couple reportedly will walk down the aisle on Saturday, August 7 in an intimate ceremony on the island of Santa Catalina.
He would be joined by Alexandra Burke and James Blunt among others in a concert which ticket sales will benefit the soldiers as well as families of the deceased ones.
Hoping to have the toned body he sported in the boyband's heyday, the British singer will sign up for a grueling triathlon because he definitely needs to do something.
Ever since he said that he plans to take his relationship with Bo Derek to the next level one day, he got phone calls from family members asking about the wedding plan.
He claimed in his Twitter that he has been asked roughly around 15 times a day in the past six years since the TV show ended.
Williams, the last piece of jigsaw puzzle, finally agreed to join Gary Barlow, Mark Owen, Howard Donald and Jason Orange in a tour.
The gig will be held in Madrid and Kasabian will treat the Spanish soccer players with a special performance.
The former Take That bandmates reportedly work on the gay cowboy movie parody before embarking on a tour in summer 2011 along with the other band's members.
The ex-member of Take That is snapped walking side by side with Barlow when filming the video in a honky tonk country western bar called the Cowboy Palace Saloon.
The musicians who previously worked together as Take That's members have recorded a new single titled 'Shame'.
Following a charity trip to Haiti along with UNICEF earlier this year, the 'Angels' hitmaker admits that he wants to adopt a child from the earthquake-ravaged country.
The 'Smile' hitmaker, who canceled her show for the ICA Annual Fundraising Gala Party on March 24 due to illness, was spotted partying at a gig on the same night.
The former Spice Girls' member owes the 'Better Man' hitmaker for helping her to overcome the eating disorder which almost took her life.
The Take That's former member is called irresponsible by anti-drugs activist for calling marijuana 'lovely.'