The Manchester singer, 54, said in an interview with the Sun: “Prince William. I feel that f***ing lad’s pain.
“He’s got a f***ing younger brother shooting his f***ing mouth off with s*** that is just so unnecessary. I’d like to think I was always the William.”
In another interview Gallagher, in a round of publicity, said home schooling during the pandemic was “tough” on his children–saying they “don’t give a f***” about education “at the best of times”.
He spoke about family life and how he coped with lockdown in a new interview with Mr Porter’s The Journal.
The singer, who is now frontman of Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds after quitting Oasis, said his family–wife Sara MacDonald and two sons, Donovan and Sonny–are “sociable people” and struggled with spending months at home.
He said his boys didn’t adapt well to learning from home, and spent most of their time “sitting in the kitchen in their underpants.”
He told the publication: “We’re very sociable people, I was at a party the other night and there were people saying they’d quite liked being at home for months and not having to think for themselves. I’m like, ‘That’s fucking mental’. That’s the exact opposite of my family, we couldn’t wait to get out.