In an interview, the 52-year-old rocker admitted: “Our family has never been close”
But, he added: “I don’t know one person, one single person, in my life who is living in the perfect family. Not one.”
Speaking to Rachel Johnson in The Sunday Times, the ex-Oasis star hinted at the possibility of reaching out to Liam, 47, and admitted: “Reconciliation is a good thing.”
Oasis fans continue to hope for a reunion following the band’s acrimonious split in 2009.
Liam recently said that he wants to make it up with his older brother for the sake of mum Peggy.
The brothers have since continued to trade insults with each other since the split through a series of interviews and social media spats.
During the chat, Noel was also asked on political differences with Liam, and said: “There are similarities, and differences,” he answers.
“The prime minister is the frontman for the band.
“The difference is, in a band, in rock’n’roll, you represent yourself.”
Liam, 47, recently said that he wants to make it up with his older brother for the sake of their mum, Peggy, saying: “The most important thing is about me and him being brothers.
“It would be nice if all three of us would be together.
“Obviously, our mum is still alive, so she gets upset about it.”
Source: The Sun