Liam Gallagher is reportedly set to walk down the aisle for a third time after proposing to long-term girlfriend Debbie Gwyther.
The Oasis rocker, 46, allegedly popped the question to Debbie, 37, while they were on holiday on Italys Amalfi Coast with his mother.
Debbie is over the moon and still in shock that Liam has finally popped the question, a source told The Sun.
They feel stronger than ever and he is in a really good place. Liam credits her for really turning his life around and is grateful that she has stuck by him.
The insider added: The couple are hoping to tie the knot next year and Liam wants his kids by his side on the big day.
Metro.co.uk has contacted Liams rep for comment.
It comes a day after Liam shared an Instagram snap with Gwyther, accompanied by the caption: Behind every guru theres another great guru.
A nod to the exciting news, perhaps?
Liam has previously been married twice: first to Patsy Kensit in 1997, followed by a divorce in 2000. He tied the knot with All Saints Nicole Appleton in 2008, which ended in divorce in 2014.
He shares a son, 19 year-old Lennon, with Patsy, and another son, 18 year-old Greg, with Nicole. He also shares a daughter, 22 year-old Molly, with singer Lisa Moorish, and another daughter, six year-old Gemma, with journalist Liza Ghorbani.
Debbie opened up about her relationship with Liam in a recent documentary, saying that while he was impulsive and drinks too much from time to time, that doesnt mean you cant be soft at the same time.
She added that he places a lot of value on family, explaining: The way he is with me, the way he is with my family, his kids and his mum is the reason that I love him.
Meanwhile, Gallagher described Debbie as the one.
He previously denied hurting Gwyther, after CCTV footage was released that seemed to depict him strangling her.
Of the incident, Gallagher said: We just had a disagreement, there was drinks involved, it was all blown out of proportion and it was all sorted the next day.
Liam recently reconnected with daughter Molly after being estranged for 19 years, and wrote a song called Now That I Found You about the reconciliation.
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