Liam Gallagher will finally marry fiance Nicole Appleton later this month. The Oasis frontman and the All Saints singer are reported to have set a date after seven years together, and will tie the knot in Westminster, London, on October 26.
A source said: "Liam and Nicole have registered plans with Camden Town Hall for a service in Marylebone, Westminster. Guests will then move on to Claridges Hotel for the reception."
The couple has been planning to wed for some time, but have been concentrating on raising their six-year-old son Gene.
Nicole previously said: "There's no pressure from our parents to get married but when we go to friends' weddings I think, 'I want to do this.'"
"We're pretty much married anyway and I call him husband sometimes. We come as a unit - where he goes, our son Gene and I go. Having a child together is a bigger commitment than getting married anyway but we will do it."
The union will be 35-year-old Liam's second marriage. He was previously wed to British actress Patsy Kensit, but the pair divorced in 2000.
Liam and Patsy have an eight-year-old son, Lennon, while he also has a daughter Molly, nine, after a brief fling with singer Lisa Moorish.
Nicole, 32, was engaged for a short time to Liam's long-term pop rival Robbie Williams in 1998. She later revealed she had fallen pregnant with his baby but chose to have an abortion.