Liam Gallagher Forced to Postpone Wedding as He Recovers From Hip Surgery

The former Oasis member was due to tie the knot with Debbie Gwyther in May, but they decided to postpone the nuptials after he underwent hip surgery in early 2023.

AceShowbiz - Liam Gallagher has had to postpone his wedding whilst he recovers from hip surgery. Having been dating Debbie Gwyther for almost a decade, the Oasis star was due to tie the knot with her in May in a ceremony on the shores of Lake Como in Italy. However, the couple reportedly decided to postpone the nuptials after he underwent hip surgery in early 2023 and instead turned the trip into a holiday.

"The wedding was supposed to happen last month but in the weeks leading up to it Liam and Debbie decided to push it back," a source told The Sun newspaper's Bizarre column. "Liam is still recovering from his hip surgery and wants to be on top form when he says I do for a third time. Instead of putting the whole thing on ice, Liam and Debbie chose to turn their wedding into a holiday."

The "Wonderwall" hitmaker, who has 23-year-old Liam with ex-wife Patsy Kensit as well as 25-year-old Molly with Lisa Moorish and 21-year-old Gene with All Saints singer Natalie Appleton, was joined by his children and Debbie's family on the trip, but his estranged brother and former bandmate Noel Gallagher was not part of the trip.

"They were joined by his sons Gene and Lennon, and his daughter Molly, and enjoyed a relaxing break. Debbie's sister Katie and Liam's brother Paul were also with them," the insider added. "Obviously, Noel wasn't part of their plans. They are organising another date with both their families involved."

Liam previously admitted that his hips are in such a "bad way" and admitted that a hip replacement could be on the cards. He said, "My hips are f**ked, I've got arthritis, bad. I went to get it checked out and my bones are mashed up."

"The lady was going, 'Oh, you might need a hip operation, a replacement.' I think I'd rather just be in pain. Which is ridiculous, obviously. I know that," he went on to recall. "Just get them fixed. But it's the stigma, saying you've had your hips replaced. What's next?"

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