Noel Gallagher definitely won’t be at his brother’s wedding despite Liam Gallagher saying he would be invited, after he was snubbed from Liam’s previous weddings.
The brothers, and former Oasis bandmates, have had a pretty tumultuous relationship over the years (to say the least), and it doesn’t look like Liam’s upcoming wedding to Debbie Gwyther is going to build any bridges between them.
When asked whether Noel would go to Liam’s wedding he replied: ‘No I didn’t get an invite. No f**king hell what do you think?
‘He didn’t invite me to the previous four weddings, so I’m not going to go to this one,’ he told BANG Showbiz.
While Liam has only actually been married twice (and not four times like Noel claimed), his brother wasn’t on the guestlist for his 1997 wedding to Patsy Kensit or when he tied the knot with Nicole Appleton in 2008.
Liam said last month that he would like to make amends with Noel for the sake of their mother, and that he would send him an invite but doesn’t think his brother will attend.
He told The Mirror: ‘My mam is like, “You’ve got to invite him”. And I will. They’ll get a little envelope through the door. They won’t come … but you never know.
‘Like I said before, they go to the opening of anything so as soon as they open it, it’ll be like, “Come on Noel, get your Dermot O’Leary outfit on, we’re going out.”’
Liam popped the question to Debbie during a holiday on the Amalfi coast in Italy, and is ‘buzzing’ to walk down the aisle for the third time.
He revealed: ‘Third time lucky. I’m ready to do it again. I’m buzzing more than her. This one’s going to be a big thing.
‘We’d been talking about it for ages and Debbie was going, “I’m not too sure, I can’t be a**ed”. The sun was coming down, we were having a drink and I went, “Look, shall we do it?”’
It looks like it’s going to take a lot more than a wedding to make amends between Noel and Liam, though, as the pair have had a decade-long feud since Noel quit Oasis in 2009 after a backstage row which led to Liam swinging a guitar at Noel’s head ‘like an axe’.