Liam Gallagher on his lovechild, divorce - and an Oasis reunion

Liam Gallagher wants to move on from the past. Photo / Natalie Slade
Liam Gallagher wants to move on from the past. Photo / Natalie Slade

Liam Gallagher has discussed his lovechild and divorce from Nicole Appleton in a new interview.

The 44-year-old rocker's marriage to the All Saints singer ended in 2013 after it was revealed that he had fathered a daughter with US journalist Liza Ghorbani.

And now, Liam says he takes full responsibility for 'hurting a lot of people', including his other children.

He told the Daily Telegraph: 'The stuff that happened was my own doing. S**t happens, and I apologise. I've hurt a lot of people, but that's life. I'm in a good place with my two kids, the divorce is all done, and we move on.'

Liam has two sons, Gene Gallagher, 15, whose mother is Nicole, and 17-year-old Lennon, with his first wife Patsy Kensit.

He also has another daughter Molly, who was conceived during a fling with singer Lisa Moorish.

Following his divorce from Nicole back in 2014, he has moved on with new girlfriend Debbie Gwyther, who he recently credited as 'saving' him.

Meanwhile, Liam admitted he would love an Oasis reunion but says it's all down to brother Noel.

He said: 'At the moment, it's a bazillion light years away. I'd love to, but obviously - it's down to Ronnie Corbett [Noel], innit.

Liam also revealed his and Noel's long-running feud upsets their beloved mother Peggy and he thinks it is a shame that they have not yet buried the hatchet.

He said: 'The olive branch has been put out many times, and he's blanked it. It's a shame we can't bury the hatchet, but it's not like I'm messing with the brakes on his car, or he's putting my windows through. It's just banter, isn't it, until one of us grows up.

'It is a shame. I don't see his kids, he doesn't see my kids, and it hurts my mum, and all that tackle.

'It's all very childish and ridiculous, but there you go. I'm quite enjoying it, actually.'

'So yeah, here we are now, twenty years later, bored out of our f***ing minds. The party is well and truly over!'

- Daily Mail

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