Liam Gallagher’s formerly estranged daughter Molly and his two sons are now getting along really well

"Brothers from another mother"

Liam Gallagher‘s formerly estranged daughter Molly Moorish has shared a photo of herself hanging out with his sons Lennon and Gene.

Molly’s mother is singer-songwritier Lisa Moorish. Last year, he revealed that he had never met her. However, last month Liam posted a photo with Molly Moorish along with his two sons Gene and Lennon Gallagher after meeting backstage at a Rolling Stones gig in London.

Now, it looks like the family are growing closer together, after Molly shared a photo on Instagram of herself in a bar with Gene and Lennon Gallagher along with the caption “brothers from another mother”.

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Speaking about their meeting last month, Gallagher said: “Molly was there [for the] first time, I met her before. It was nice to have them all there. She’s a top girl and she’s all good.”

He continued: “We’re getting on good, it’s early days and they’re getting on great, the kids and that.”

Gallagher seemed optimistic about his continued presence in Moorish’s life as a father, he said: “I hope so, I hope she doesn’t get sick of me, you know what I mean”.


Meanwhile, this week also saw Gallagher announce the support acts for his upcoming homecoming show at Manchester’s Lancashire Cricket Club. Playing to 50,000 fans at the legendary venue, it’s now been confirmed that he’ll be joined by The Verve‘s Richard Ashcroft, as well as hometown grime star Bugzy Malone and Manc guitar band Twisted Wheel.

The show follows his appearance at this summer’s Rize Festival, and will take place on Saturday August 18. Tickets are available here.


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