Noel Gallagher jokingly made a 'dig at the monarchy' last night as he paid tribute to 'real royal family' at a star-studded charity gala.
The Oasis star performed with his band the High Flying Birds at the Football For Change event at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground on Thursday evening and wowed the audience, which included celebrities such as Coleen Rooney and Jamie Carragher.
As the 55-year-old performed one of his iconic songs, he asked the crowd: "Is anyone from here from Manchester?" The Mirror reports.
that he then said: "This is for the real royal family", before belting out the Oasis hit Half the World Away. The iconic tune acted as the soundtrack to the BBC comedy The Royle Family. READ MORE: Oasis-mad kid draws his own merch to show his love for one of region's most famous bands Coleen - without husband Wayne Rooney who was with DC United stateside - seemed to be enjoying her night as she took to the dance floor during Noel's set.Read more on manchestereveningnews.co.uk