Oasis frontman Noel Gallagher, 54, has branded Prince Harry, 36, a “woke snowflake” for speaking out about his time as a senior member of the Royal Family, saying that he “sympathises” with his brother Prince William, 38. The singer blasted the the Duke of Sussex for “dissing” his family, saying it made him look like a “f*****g a******e” after he sat down with Oprah Winfrey in The Me You Can’t See documentary, as well as an exclusive interview with his wife Meghan Markle, 39, back in March.
Prince Harry is coming across like a typical f*****g woke snowflake
Speaking to The Sun, the musician also took a swipe at the Duchess of Sussex, Meghan, for being American.
Noel has an infamously sour relationship with his brother Liam, 48, which has stretched back for years.
Acknowledging the Duke of Cambridge’s role in the situation, Noel didn’t hold back and said: “Prince William. I feel that f*****g lad’s pain”.
The star continued to add that Harry was addressing “unnecessary s***”, before going on to liken himself to the older of the two brothers.
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Noel colourfully explained: ““He’s got a f*****g younger brother shooting his f*****g mouth off with s*** that is just so unnecessary.
“I’d like to think I was always the William.”
Despite not personally knowing the Royals, the singer went on to claim that the Duke of Sussex had “dissed” his family by appearing on his and Oprah’s Apple TV show.
During the show, Harry made explosive claims about his upbringing as a senior member of the Royal Family which saw him struggle with his mental health.
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The musician continued to blast the youngest of the brothers and branded him a “snowflake”, before telling him to “shut up”.
Noel said: “But Prince Harry is coming across like a typical f*****g woke snowflake, f*****g a******e.
“Just don’t be f*****g dissing your family because there’s no need for it,” he added.
Harry candidly opened up about his relationship with his family in an exclusive tell-all interview with Oprah in March, before going to star in the debut episode of The Me You Can’t See with the media personality.
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During the interview the Duke Of Sussex addressed his battles with severe anxiety and panic attacks, highlighting four years between the ages of 28 and 32 as “a nightmare time in my life”.
He also addressed his father, the Prince of Wales’ approach to parenting, claiming that he didn’t protect him and William from royal life.
On his father, Prince Harry said in the Apple TV series: “My father used to say to me when I was younger, he used to say to both William and I, ‘Well, it was like that for me so it’s going to be like that for you.'”
The Gallagher brothers have an explosive history and tumultuous relationship, stretching back for nearly 30 years.
In 1994 Liam threw a tambourine at his brother during a live performance, causing Noel to storm off stage.
A year later, Liam reportedly brought a “cricket bat” to the recording studio while Noel was working, leading to Liam being hit by his brother and the bat, which was later auctioned off following it’s infamous involvement in the altercation.
In 1996 Liam heckled the band from the audience during a performance on MTV: Unplugged, after he claimed he had a sore throat and couldn’t perform, while in 2000 Noel walked out of the band’s European tour after an argument in Barcelona.
The series of events between the brothers coupled with jibes taken at each other in interviews over the years led to Noel eventually leaving the band in 2009.
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