LIAM GALLAGHER has been busy building bridges with his once-estranged daughter Molly Moorish after the pair were spotted enjoying a boozy lunch together in London.
Back in February, the former Oasis frontman revealed he had never met his 20-year-old offspring – the result of a relationship with singer Lisa Moorish – as he had “never got around to it”.
That situation changed in June, however, when Molly shared a picture of herself out with her dad and younger brothers Lennon (18) and Gene (16).
Gallagher’s budding relationship with his daughter appears to be going from strength to strength too after they were snapped together in a London pub.
The pair were joined by Liam’s partner Debbie along with his brother Paul and another friend.
It proved to be quite a session too, with the group remaining in The Red Lion And Sun pub near Hampstead for well over eight hours.
The drinks flowed as the group soaked up the summer sun, with Liam also no doubt celebrating England’s 2-0 win over Sweden which secured the Three Lions’ first World Cup semi-final appearance in 28 years.
Gallagher, who was born in the UK to Irish parents, was quick to show his support on Twitter – much to the chagrin of several followers who were keen to remind him of his Irish roots.
It’s a stark contrast to his brother Noel, however, who replied to a chorus of “It’s Coming Home” at a gig in Scarborough by stating: “Seriously though, it f**king so is not.
“It f**ing is not. It is not – you f**king know it and I know it.”