Liam Gallagher moves out of his £2.1million Highgate home in favour of a nearby suburb

Liam Gallagher ‘moves out of his £2.1million Highgate home… after a year of pub fights and neighbourhood fall-outs’

Liam Gallagher has reportedly moved out of his £2.1million Highgate home after a year of pub fights and neighbourhood fall-outs. 

The Oasis star, 47, has been thrown out of his local pub The Prince Of Wales ‘numerous times’, a source told The Sun

But after getting into various ‘rows’ with others who lived nearby, the singer has allegedly decided to up sticks and move to nearby suburb Muswell Hill.

Moving on? Liam Gallagher has reportedly moved out of his £2.1million Highgate home after a year of pub fights and neighbourhood fall-outs

Moving on? Liam Gallagher has reportedly moved out of his £2.1million Highgate home after a year of pub fights and neighbourhood fall-outs

Those who live in the ‘quiet’ residential street are unlikely to take kindly to the new arrival, a source who lives there told MailOnline.

They said: ‘It's very suburban and quiet here, so rowdy behaviour night not go down well with the neighbours.’

Liam and his fiancée Debbie Gwyther were both kicked out of The Prince of Wales in September when Debbie reportedly clashed with two women in the toilets.

Sources claimed he was hassled by other drinkers despite trying to keep a low profile. 

Local: Liam and his fiancée Debbie Gwyther were both kicked out of The Prince of Wales in September when Debbie reportedly clashed with two women in the toilets

Local: Liam and his fiancée Debbie Gwyther were both kicked out of The Prince of Wales in September when Debbie reportedly clashed with two women in the toilets

MailOnline has contacted Liam’s representatives for comment. 

The couple got off to a bad start in the North London area when Liam yelled that his neighbours were ‘prats’ just days after they moved in to the house last July.

A source told The Sun: ‘Neighbours hoped initially they'd got off on the wrong foot and things would improve as people got used to Liam living here. But as time went on, he got into more and more rows.

‘His favourite pub to drink in was The Prince of Wales and he's been thrown out numerous times. Now it seems he's finally had enough and has decided to move on.’  

Pictures taken by The Sun showed removal workers loading a van with the couple’s possessions this week.

It comes after the As You Were hitmaker called Debbie the ‘best thing that’s ever happened’ to him.

Gushing: Meanwhile, the As You Were hitmaker called his fiancée Debbie Gwyther the 'best thing that's ever happened' to him

Gushing: Meanwhile, the As You Were hitmaker called his fiancée Debbie Gwyther the ‘best thing that’s ever happened’ to him

Gushing about his wife-to-be, Liam said: ‘She doesn't let me play up, which is what I need. I needed to have my head shook and get back out doing [music].’

‘She's not obsessed with the fame and the Gucci parties. We don't hang out with a so-called celebrity crew,’ he added.

Liam also took a swipe at his brother Noel’s wife Sara MacDonald, as he said he loves how he and Debbie can just ‘watch Love Island and chill out’ rather than go to parties ‘unlike some people's f***ing wives.’     

The importance of being Sara: Liam also took a swipe at his brother Noel’s wife Sara MacDonald (pictured in October), as he said he loves how he and Debbie can just ‘watch Love Island and chill out’ rather than go to parties ‘unlike some people's f***ing wives’

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