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Oasis’ Noel Gallagher SLAMS Prince Harry, Calling Him A “Woke Snowflake”

today13 June 2021


If there is one thing Noel Gallagher is known for other than his music, it’s his brutally honest opinions.

The British former Oasis co-frontman was not shy to volunteer his feelings about the Duke of Sussex during a candid interview by saying, 

“Prince William. I feel that [sic] lad’s pain.”

He continued,

“He’s got a [sic] younger brother shooting his [sic] mouth off with [things] that [are] just so unnecessary,” said Gallagher. “I’d like to think I was always the William.”


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Gallagher, who has had a famously tumultuous relationship with his younger brother, former bandmate Liam Gallagher, acknowledged he does not know the royal siblings, but made his opinion of the younger prince clear all the same. 

“Prince Harry is coming across like a typical [sic] woke snowflake,” he insulted.

Most likely referencing the Duke’s recent sit-down with Oprah Winfrey, he had a piece of unsolicited advice for the new royal father of two,

“Just don’t be [sic] dissing your family,” he said, “because there’s no need for it.”

The British rocker also took a dig at Duchess Meghan Markle,

“This is what happens when you get involved with Americans,” he dissed. “As simple as that.”

Piers Morgan, who has made repeated, frequent and vocal criticisms of the couple himself, tweeted his agreement with Gallagher.

In another tweet, he said,

Prince Edward, Queen Elizabeth II’s youngest child, also had a thing or two to say regarding the divide. 

“It’s very sad. We’ve all been there before. We’ve all had excessive intrusion and attention in our lives and we’ve all dealt with it in very different ways. Listen, we wish them the very best of luck. It’s a really hard decision….Families are families, aren’t they really?” 

He added,

“It’s difficult for everyone. That’s families for you.”


*Cover image via Press/Matt Crockett
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Written by: Farah Qistina

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