THE truth about Take That's secret visit to a county primary school has finally been revealed, with children and staff set to star in a primetime advertising campaign.

Weobley Primary School, who hosted the star trio, said in a statement on its Facebook page that they could finally reveal the news after weeks of "cloak and dagger security".

The school explained that the staff and children thought they were being filmed singing the Greatest Day for a documentary about Take That fans.

Sarah O'Neil, who works at the school, is a loyal follower of the trio.

"But unbeknown to everyone (apart from sneaky Mr W), Take That were actually stood outside the hall door," the social media post added.

Mrs O'Neil's surprise visit was then filmed before the pop stars, who had stayed at the Castle House in Hereford, sang with pupils.

Created as part of Suzuki's partnership with ITV's Saturday evening line-up, the "Suzuki surprises" adverts feature Mark Owen, Gary Barlow and Howard Donald surprising some of their most devoted fans.

It is expected to be aired on ITV on Saturday evenings.