2008 – Oasis singer Liam Gallagher married his long-term partner, the ex-All Saints singer Nicole Appleton at a civil ceremony in London. The venue, Westminster Register Office, was where Gallagher married his first wife, Patsy Kensit, in 1997.
Oasis musician Liam Gallagher has married his long-term partner, former All Saints singer Nicole Appleton.
The pair married in a Valentine’s Day ceremony at London’s Westminster Registry Office, the same place he married his first wife Patsy Kensit.
A small group of family and friends attended the wedding, but Gallagher’s brother and Oasis bandmate Noel was not among them.
Appleton’s sister and former All Saints member Natalie attended with her husband The Prodigy’s Liam Howlett.
The wedding party reportedly celebrated at Marylebone’s five-star Landmark Hotel.
Gallagher, 35, and Appleton, 33, have been together for eight years and have a son, Gene, 7. Gallagher also has a son, Lennon, 8, with Kensit, and a daughter, Molly, 9, with singer Lisa Moorish.
Appleton is widely credited with calming down Gallagher’s once chaotic life. The singer was a regular tabloid feature during the Nineties for his tangled romantic life, the numerous assault claims against him and his life-time ban from all Cathay Pacific flights, following a flight in which he “disturbed” other passengers.
During their relationship, Appleton has openly spoken of her desire to marry.
“Marriage is important to me and I love the idea of being married,” she said earlier this year.
Gallagher’s tumultuous 1997 marriage to Kensit lasted three years.
Oasis were at the forefront of the Britpop movement in the 1990s and while Gallagher has had a lower profile in recent years, he remains one of Britain’s best-known musicians.