EX-Oasis rocker Liam Gallagher has bought former TV star Noel Edmonds’ French villa — and it will remind him of his estranged brother.
The singer, 50, snapped up the 18th-century six-bed mansion near Cannes for £3million this month.
Former Noel’s House Party host Edmonds, 74, previously advertised it for £4million in 2018, before moving to New Zealand.
The three-floor pad in Grasse — the world’s perfume capital — has multiple engravings of his first name, which he shared with Liam’s brother and ex-bandmate.
Despite this, Liam cannot wait to spend time there with fiance Debbie Gwyther, 39, who speaks French.
A source said: “Liam’s been telling mates, ‘I’ve bought Mr Blobby’s house.’ Him and Debbie plan to put their own stamp on it. They think all the carvings of Noel’s name are quite funny and ironic.”
It comes with a pool plus vineyards and olive trees.
The dad of four said in 2017: “By the time I am 50 I’m going to live in Paris. I f***ing love it. I’ll rock a beret, easy.
“I’ll rock the onions as well and a stripy thing and a wonky bike with a baguette on my arm.”