Noel Gallagher calls Prince Harry a 'f***ing do-goodger' and a 'mad little kid' saying royals have a 's*** life'

NOEL Gallagher called Prince Harry a "f***ing do-gooder" and a "mad little kid" in an explosive podcast interview this week.

The former Oasis singer referred to the Royal Family as having a "s*** life" when discussing the campaigns launched by the Duke and Duchess of Sussex since stepping back from the firm.

Saying he's shocked that anyone "takes them seriously", he slammed Prince Harry, 36, and Meghan, 39, for their 'woke' efforts to do good.

"Prince Harry – surely no one takes him seriously?" he told The Matt Morgan Podcast. "He's just a mad little kid.

"I don't like do-gooders in general, they f***ing wind me up."

Noel, 53, also said he felt sorry for all the other members of the Royals, including the Queen, because they are unable to do the same things normal people can despite their wealth.

"They're quite mad," he added. "What a terrible f***ing s*** life they must lead, it's just service, what a load of w**k.

"Living in Buckingham Palace with f***ing boring c***s all day, what a f***ing s*** life. Can't go anywhere, can't do anything, f***ing going to Kenya on holiday."

The rocker added that he wasn't afraid his rant will upset the royals, knowing he's already out of the runnings for a knighthood because of his lifestyle.

While his estranged brother Liam, 48, had hopes of becoming a Sir, Noel said: "Our kid is always going on about a f***ing knighthood, who is under the impression I'm getting a knighthood?

"I can safely say I'd say no, because for a fact I'll never get offered one. Not through any fault of mine, just by being myself so I'm not f***ing arsed."

While he may not be a fan of the firm in real life, Noel and his wife Sara MacDonald have been watching Netflix series The Crown.

He said: "I seen the first series, becuase my mate Matt Smith was in it, and then I didn't see any of the other series until I seen this new one with my missus.

"It's been good though… I was watching it thinking, 'My life has been better than theirs'."

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