Liam Gallagher ‘hires a private jet to fly 24 friends including children Lennon, Gene and Molly to France for a fun getaway after lockdown’
He’s spent lockdown at his London home with fiancée Debbie Gwyther.
And now restrictions are easing, Liam Gallagher has whisked 24 of his family and pals off to Dordogne, France, for a well-deserved holiday, reports The Mirror.
The former Oasis frontman, 47, is thought to have hired a private jet for the getaway, with his children Lennon, 20, Gene, 19, and Molly, 22, on the guest list.
All on board: Liam Gallagher has ‘hired a private jet to whish 24 of his family and friends to France for a luxury trip’ (pictured with daughter Molly on another holiday in 2018)
A source told the publication: ‘As soon as lockdown was lifted, Liam planned a holiday for family and mates.
‘He’s got a teepee in his garden in London but there’s only so much fun you can have in a tent. So he decided to go all out with a French adventure.’
Also said to be on the trip is Debbie’s twin sister Katie and Liam’s big brother Paul, although Noel, 53, does not appear to have joined the festivities.
While Liam’s daughter Molly – who he reunited with in 2018 after spending nearly 19 years apart – bought along her boyfriend Louis Hartley.
Family trip: As well as friends of the rocker, his children Lennon, 20, Gene, 19, and Molly, 22, are on the trip (pictured together in 2018)
What a treat! The former Oasis frontman is said to have rented a mansion in Dordogne and his fiancée Debbie as well as her twin sister Katie are on the guest list (pictured in 2018)
She shared an update of their trip to Instagram, posting a sun-soaked selfie of the pair while holding a large drink with a red and white straw.
MailOnline has contacted a representative for Liam for a comment.
The trip comes after Liam and Debbie spent almost £4million on a luxurious London home back in May.
The pair got engaged last summer while on holiday on Italy’s Amalfi Coast.
Having fun: Molly shared a sunsoaked selfie from France on Thursday of her sipping on a drink alongside her beau Louis Hartley
And while Liam may have opted for a quieter domestic life, the coronavirus outbreak has had little impact on his feud with brother Noel.
In April things escalated when Noel released a previously unheard Oasis track which does not feature vocals of Liam, who then tweeted that releasing Oasis demos is the only way his sibling ‘is gonna stay relevant’.
Liam also recently revealed he and his Oasis bandmates once stole a combine harvester to try and spy on The Stone Roses while they recorded new music.
The band were recording their debut album Definitely, Maybe at Rockfield Studios in South Wales at the same time as their fellow Mancunian rockers were working on new tracks, so the singer decided to snoop around.
All together: As well as Noel’s children (pictured) his brother Paul and Debbie’s sister Katie are staying at the French mansion
Detailing the prank in a documentary about the recording studio in Monmouthshire, in an excerpt obtained by The Sun on Tuesday, Liam said: ‘We went to have a f******g little snoop. It was, “right what the f*** are they up to?” as they hadn’t been doing anything for three years.
‘I’m on about a proper combine harvester – ones you’ve got to get a ladder up to and it’s miles up. Off we f*****g go, crawling down the road with the big f*****g lights on.
‘It looked bonkers. We drove it in, turned the lights off and rolled out like something out of The Professionals. We could hear some f*****g bassline and drums.
Admitting they ‘got caught’ by their fellow Mancunians, Liam said the two bands enjoyed ‘a spliff and that’ before leaving, but The Stone Roses pranked them with a tractor the next day.