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Noel Gallagher Says He Wouldn't Have Chosen Modelling Career For Daughter Anais, 15

21/11/2017 10:23 GMT

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LONDON, ENGLAND - APRIL 19: (EMBARGOED FOR PUBLICATION IN UK TABLOID NEWSPAPERS UNTIL 48 HOURS AFTER CREATE DATE AND TIME. MANDATORY CREDIT PHOTO BY DAVE M. BENETT/GETTY IMAGES REQUIRED) (L to R) Musician Noel Gallagher, daughter Anais Gallagher and Sara MacDonald attend the European Premiere of 'Arthur' held at The Cineworld O2 on April 19, 2011 in London, England. (Photo by Dave M. Benett/Getty Images)


Noel Gallagher says he wouldn't have 'chosen' modelling for his 'super-cool' 15-year-old daughter Anais.

Last month, the teenager featured in a campaign for high street chain Accessorize and has a contract with Select Models as well as co-hosting the CBBC show The Friday Download.

But the former Oasis star – who split with Anais's mum Meg Matthews when she was a baby - told the Telegraph: "Because I've never lived with her, I don't really want to be the kind of dad that's laying down the law.

"She really is into it. And she's got a little TV thing going.

"It's not something I would have chosen for her, but it's been allowed to happen. You've got to support them haven't you? I don't see any harm in it. She's a pretty bright girl."

He added: "Anais, I've got to say, is fiercely independent and she's super-cool and I don't have any worried about her whatsoever. She's very much got her head screwed on."

Noel and Meg divorced in 2001 before he married his second wife, Scottish publicist Sara MacDonald – 11 years after their first meeting at Space nightclub in Ibiza.

They now have sons Donovan, seven, and four year old Patrick together.

The 47-year-old dad revealed that Sara frequently scolds him for being undomesticated.

He said: "She'll always pick stuff out of the sink and go, 'There is a dishwasher here'.

"Sara would be shouting, saying, 'Can you not do anything?' and I say, 'Can you play the guitar? No, you can't, thank you very much, jog on'.

"No, I think I'm all right to live with. I hope I am. Well, she's been living with me for 15 years, so I'd hope so."

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