Take That said there is still a chance past band members Robbie Williams and Jason Orange could return to the group. 

Williams left Take That in 1995 but returned to the band in 2010 for a short period.  

Meanwhile, Orange left the British pop group in 2014.

Whilst speaking to Good Morning Britain today (GMB) at the premiere of Greatest Days - a film based on the Take That jukebox musical of the same name - Gary Barlow didn't rule out the possibility.

On the idea of Williams and Orange returning he said: "When the time's right it'll happen".

Fellow Take That band member Mark Owen added: "I'm not sure, we all hope one day it might happen.

"It wouldn't surprise me if, you know, it (a full Take That reunion) happened, but it wouldn't surprise me if it doesn't."

Meanwhile, when Howard Donald was quizzed about a possible reunion with fellow band members Williams and Orange he said he was unsure. 

Donald said: "I don't know. I don't think Jason ever, but maybe possibly Robbie, but not Jason."

The band were in London for the Premiere of The Greatest Days movie which stars the likes of Aisling Bea, Marc Wooten and Jayde Adams.

They performed their hit song Greatest Day at the premiere to a crowd of adoring fans. 

Take That also performed as part of the King's Coronation Concert in May.