Noel Gallagher still 'loves' Liam

Former Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher.
Former Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher.

NOEL Gallagher "still loves" his brother Liam.

Although the pair's relationship is at an all time low following their fight in Paris in August 2009 which resulted in Noel quitting Oasis, the 'If I Had a Gun...' singer still cares about his younger sibling and wants him to be happy.

However, Noel admits the feelings he has for Liam doesn't compare to the love he has for his wife Sara MacDonald and their sons, Donovan, four, and 14-month-old Sonny, and his 11-year-old daughter Anais - his child with ex-spouse Meg Matthews.

He said: "I haven't spoken to him. Of course I still love him, but not in the way that I love Sara and the kids. When I see picture of him in a magazine, I don't go, 'Awww.' But I wouldn't ever wish anything bad on him."

Asked what his brother would need to do to end their feud, the 'Don't Look Back in Anger' hitmaker claims an apology would be a good first step.

He told Grazia magazine: "He needs to apologise. Profusely, and even then, he can go and f**k himself.

"He said too many things. I won't go into specifics. But don't bring anyone else into it. Bad darts."

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