Oasis siblings Liam and Noel Gallagher are talking again following the end of their feud.
New reports claim that Liam, 47, and Noel, 52, have healed their rift after their children encouraged them to get back on speaking terms.
The news will likely fuel hopes of an Oasis reunion that could earn the pair a hefty sum of money.
A source told The Sun: "Noel and Liam are back on speaking terms and have been communicating recently, mainly by text.
"All the kids would love nothing more than to see their dad and uncle being friends again."
It is also believed that the pair's loved ones are hoping that they will pay a visit to their mother Peggy.
The Gallaghers' mum is thought to have been devastated by their feud, which had raged on following the split of their iconic band Oasis in 2009.
The architects of their mending of bridges are believed to be their children: Noel's daughter Anais, 19, and Liam's sons Lennon, 20, and Gene ,18, and daughter Molly, 21.
Liam cut a live show short in Hamburg, Germany, earlier this month.
He tweeted at the time: "Sorry to everybody who came to the gig tonight in Hamburg my voice was not there and if I’d have carried on I’d done more damage to it."
We're sure all will be forgiven if the pair deliver an Oasis reunion.
Hopes were previously dashed as Liam claimed Noel turned down the prospect of the gang getting back together.
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