Noel never sees my sons, says Liam Gallagher

Noel never sees my sons, says Liam Gallagher

Noel Gallagher never bothers to see his nephews, according to his brother and former bandmate Liam.

The Beady Eye frontman – who has been accused by his sibling and former Oasis bandmate of never bothering to visit his two-year-old son Donovan – insists Noel does not invite his nephews, Gene, nine, and Lennon, 10, to his house and has virtually no contact with them.

He said: “I have seen his son! But he hasn’t seen my sons. When I have birthday parties, his son’s always invited. When his kid had his birthday party, we weren’t invited.

“All this about how he’s round my house sipping tea with my kids and taking them for walks in the park – he hasn’t seen my kids. He’s only seen them at concerts because I’ve brought them, but he didn’t bring his kids because it’s not the place for their kids apparently.”

Liam also insists he regularly sees his niece Anais, Noel’s daughter with ex-wife Meg Mathews, and has a great relationship with her.

The 37-year-old singer - who has spoken to Noel since they had a furious argument before a concert last August which resulted in the end of Oasis – added in an interview with The Sunday Times magazine: “I’ve got a great relationship with Anais. She comes round my place once a month.

So all this about me not liking his kids is f***ing b****cks. I f***ing love kids. He’s talking s**te as usual.”

Noel, 43, is currently expecting his second child with his long-term partner Sara MacDonald.

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