Lennon Gallagher was spotted downing shots and snogging his girlfriend on a night out in London.
The son of Oasis frontman Liam proved he knows a thing about behaving like a rockstar as he enjoyed a boozy evening with his girl in Primrose Hill.
The pair were spotted laughing all night as the waiter kept pouring wine and bringing them shots.
The lovebirds were spotted walking through London's streets with their arms around each other before enjoying a passionate kiss.
Lennon last month decided to follow in his dad's footsteps by joining a band.
It's safe to say he's not only inherited his Mancunian dad's swarthy good looks but also his love of the limelight.
A source close to the star told The Sun that Liam, 48, is all for his son following him in to the music industry, after he signed up to be the frontman of an acoustic band called Automotion.
They said: “Lennon has that rock god stage presence and has learned the art of performance from his dad.
“Liam is super proud and has listened to his songs - he’s always around to offer advice.”
Mum Patsy has also got pop credentials, having performed single I'm Not Scared on Top Of The Pops.
Oasis singer Liam shares Lennon, 21, with ex-wife actress Patsy Kensit, 53.
The pair welcomed Lennon in 1997, however split three years later after it was revealed Liam had a love child following a fling with Lisa Moorish.
Genetics aside, Lennon's road to music stardom shouldn't come as much of a surprise - he is named after Beatles icon John.
He previously explained: "I grew up with my mum being an actress. Also my dad is a musician.
"I just like being in front of the camera - as cheesy as that sounds."
Tensions between dad-of-four Liam and big brother Noel tore their band Oasis apart, with their toxic feud still not over a decade after the group's sudden split in 2009.
As well as Lennon and Gene, Liam is also dad to daughters Molly, 22, and Gemma, seven, who were conceived during extra-marital flings.
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