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Molly Moorish gets love advice from dad Liam Gallagher

Molly Moorish gets "boy advice" from her dad Liam Gallagher after they finally connected in 2018.

Molly Moorish gets love advice from dad Liam Gallagher

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Molly Moorish gets "boy advice" from her dad Liam Gallagher.

The 21-year-old student - whose mother is singer Lisa Moorish - never met her famous father until she was 18 years old but they now have a very close relationship.

She said: "I go to him for boy advice. He'll be like, 'Stay away from that one...'

"I've obviously got the eyebrows. I mean, they're big."

The pair met for the first time in the 47-year-old rocker's local pub in 2018 and though Molly had a brief moment of thinking the situation was "weird", she was relieved to find the tension quickly melted away.

She told the new issue of Grazia magazine: "We went to the pub and got on so well. For the build-up, I was not really thinking about it. Then, for the first five minutes, I was like, 'Oh, this is weird', and then it just was fine."

But the pair could have had a more "awkward" first encounter after they attended the same BRIT Awards afterparty.

Molly said: "I had no idea he was in the room until the next day. I read that and I was like, 'That could've been awkward...'"

Before meeting the former Oasis frontman, Molly had met her 18-year-old half-brother Gene - whose mother is Nicole Appleton - several times when she was around six years old.

She said: "He doesn't remember it, but I do!"

And she came face-to-face with Lennon - Liam's 20-year-old son from his first marriage to Patsy Kensit - at an event after following one another on Instagram.

She recalled: "We were both like... 'Oh, hi!' "

Before connecting with Liam, Molly had been in regular contact with her uncle, Noel Gallagher - who is estranged from his sibling and former Oasis bandmate - but now she's established a relationship with her dad, they no longer communicate.

She said: "We don't 'not speak' but we don't speak, if that makes sense.

"[It] wasn't my decision."

The model insisted she never missed Liam - who also has six-year-old daughter, Gemma, who he has never met - when she was growing up because he'd never been part of her life.

She said: "It was normal because it was just what I knew."

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