Gary Barlow's latest single 'Sing', that was co-written by Lord Andrew Lloyd-Webber, has now become the biggest-selling number one single of the year.
The Take That frontman will not only be chuffed after having remained in the top spot, but also having managed to sell an impressive 142,000 copies since last weekend's Jubilee concert, reports the Official Chart Company.
'Sing' also features Prince Harry, playing the tambourine, making him the first member of the Royal family to appear on a number one selling single.
Gary, has said: “I’d like to say thanks on behalf of about 200 people – as we’ve got a massive cast on this record. It’s something I’ll never forget.”
The 41-year-old's album, of the same name, has also remained in the top spot. “were heading for number 1 single AND album this week with Sing ! Can't thank you all enough for your support #happyman,” he tweeted to his followers.
Gary has a lot to look forward to, not only the birth of his fifth child but also the possibility of receiving an OBE from the Queen. It's thought that Gary's name will be listed in the special honours given out by the Queen for her birthday.
Do you think Gary will be granted one?
Gary Barlow and the Jubliee concert...