Noel Gallagher defends daughter Anais as he meddles in spat over nepotism

Noel Gallagher defends daughter Anais as he meddles in spat over nepotism

Noel Gallagher has defended his daughter Anais as he meddled in the row of nepotism.

The former Oasis rocker, 55 – who shares the model, photographer and filmmaker, 22, with ex-wife Meg Mathews, 56, – ​​opened up about how his girl “was good at what she does” when discussing a film spoke she had made about him .

It comes after Anais herself said she would be “deaf if I didn’t admit how privileged my life is” when addressing the criticism of “nepotism babies”.

Our child: Noel Gallagher has defended his daughter Anais as he weighed in on the nepotism row (pictured together in February)

“Nepo babies,” as it’s often called, refers to kids who get a head start in their industry by being born into wealthy or famous families.

And in an interview with Dave Berry on Absolute Radio, Noel offered his take on the debate, revealing that while it’s nice to “keep things close to home,” he acknowledges that the kids are “fine in “ Must be what they are doing.

Noel said: “It depends how you look at it. My daughter follows me with a camera and films me and all that. She made a film about the making of the album.

“I guess you want to keep things close to home, but you have to be good at what you do. She is good at what she does. Not only does she wonder when she points a camera and says, “Moo, there’s my dad,” she’s awesome.

Offspring: The former Oasis rocker, 55 - who shares the model, photographer and filmmaker, 22, with ex-wife Meg Mathews, 56, - ​​opened up about how his girl was

Offspring: The former Oasis rocker, 55 – who shares the model, photographer and filmmaker, 22, with ex-wife Meg Mathews, 56, – ​​opened up about how his girl was “good at what she does” when he spoke about spoke about a film she made about him

He continued: “It’s not the worst thing in the world if you let your kids work for you, they’re cheap, you know what I mean? …my boys are too busy scratching their balls and scouring TikTok for nonsense Worried about Dad can I be your bassist or something?’

In November, Anais herself addressed the criticism of “nepotism babies” and admitted she was “grateful” for the “privilege” her upbringing bestowed on her.

She confessed that she would be “deaf and irresponsible” if she didn’t admit the “footprint” in life her upbringing gave her, saying it was something she “fought until the day that.” I’m dying,” I’ll be grateful.

Speaking: It comes after Anais herself said she would be

Speaking: It comes after Anais herself said she would be “deaf if I didn’t admit how privileged my life is” when addressing the criticism of “nepotism babies”.

Chat: In an interview with Dave Berry on Absolute Radio, Noel addressed the debate, revealing that while it's nice to 'keep things close to home', he acknowledges that the kids are 'well in' have to be what they do.  do again

Chat: In an interview with Dave Berry on Absolute Radio, Noel addressed the debate, revealing that while it’s nice to ‘keep things close to home’, he acknowledges that the kids are ‘well in’ have to be what they do. do again

Speaking exclusively to Web, she explained: “I would be deaf and irresponsible if I didn’t admit how privileged my life has been and how much my upbringing has helped me.

“I’m really, really grateful for the situation my parents were able to give me and I will be grateful until the day I die.

“Whether it’s possible to go to university or having job opportunities, I’m incredibly grateful for everything they’ve given me.”

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Defense: “I think you want to keep things close to home, but they have to be good at what they do. She is good at what she does. She doesn’t just wonder by pointing a camera and saying, “Muhh, there’s my dad”

Keep it in the family:

Keep it in the family: “It’s not the worst thing in the world if you put your kids to work for you, they’re cheap, you know what I mean?” (pictured with estranged wife Sara, Anais and son Donovan in 2015)

Anais said she thinks there is a “justification” for hiring nepotism babies as she addressed criticism that they have access to opportunities other people don’t.

Meanwhile, despite having had a career in big rock bands Oasis and High Flying Birds, Noel said he has no plans to give his son guitar lessons after the boy picked up the instrument.

He explained: “I never had music lessons. One of my boys is learning to play the guitar, I’m considering teaching him?

“And then he’s like, ‘Dad, can you teach me how to play the guitar,’ and I’m like, ‘No. Not that I don’t want to, it’s just that I just picked it up and there it was… I was never taught anything so I don’t know if I could teach anyone, it’s all by feel to me.

Upbringing: Noel Gallagher's daughter Anais has addressed criticism of 'nepotism babies' and admitted she is 'grateful' for the 'privilege' her upbringing has given her

Upbringing: Noel Gallagher’s daughter Anais has addressed criticism of ‘nepotism babies’ and admitted she is ‘grateful’ for the ‘privilege’ her upbringing has given her

Parents: Anais is the daughter of Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher and interior designer Meg Mathews, who were married from 1997 to 2001

Parents: Anais is the daughter of Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher and interior designer Meg Mathews, who were married from 1997 to 2001

It comes as Noel hasn’t ruled out a reunion with Oasis just days after announcing his split from his wife – who previously would not ‘allow’ him to consider reuniting.

The High Flying Birds frontman and chief songwriter of Oasis left the band in 2009 citing a feud with younger brother and singer Liam.

In 2020, Liam told a fan who asked about a reunion on Twitter: “I told you before he got ready for this but you know who won’t let him as she doesn’t like oasis music [sic].’

Definitely maybe?  It comes as Noel hasn't ruled out a reunion with Oasis just days after announcing his split from his wife - who previously would not 'allow' him to consider reuniting

Definitely maybe? It comes as Noel hasn’t ruled out a reunion with Oasis just days after announcing his split from his wife – who previously would not ‘allow’ him to consider reuniting

Days after Noel and his wife, Sara MacDonald, of almost 12, announced their split, he told BBC Radio Manchester that a reunion was not out of the question.

“One should never say never,” he said, adding “there must be exceptional circumstances.”

“This is not to say that these circumstances would never occur.”

End: Days after Noel and his wife, Sara MacDonald, of almost 12, announced their split, he told BBC Radio Manchester that a reunion was not out of the question

End: Days after Noel and his wife, Sara MacDonald, of almost 12, announced their split, he told BBC Radio Manchester that a reunion was not out of the question