Liam Gallagher has no regrets in his life.
The 44-year-old rocker has certainly had his ups and downs over the years, but it seems his string of bad luck began to unravel in 2008 when he dramatically left his band Oasis in 2008 after he locked horns with his brother Noel - who was also a member of the group - and the pair are still yet to make up.
During that same year, Liam married Nicole Appleton, with whom he has 15-year-old son Gene, but their marriage didn't last for long as they split in 2014 when it was revealed he was expecting a child with Liza Ghorbani following a one-night stand.
And that wasn't his first divorce as the former Beady Eye star was forced to go through the same proceedings in 2000 when he split from Patsy Kensit, with whom he has son Lennon, 17.
He also has 19-year-old daughter Molly following an affair with Lisa Moorish four months after he married Patsy but, despite his rough time, Liam is proud of everything he's done in life.
He told BANG Showbiz: "Nothing, I don't regret anything. It's like dominoes innit, you take one out and they all come falling down, it is what it is. You start taking one thing away and then the whole f***ing thing falls away.
"I'm very proud of what I've done. I most proud of getting a record deal, getting in the studio and putting my life on hold to go and make some music. Not getting a silly 9-to-5 job like all the other d**kheads do, having a dream.
"And not ever wearing leather trousers if I get out of this life without being a k**bhead and without ever floating around in a pair of leather trousers then I think I can call that a success."
And, although he doesn't regret leaving Oasis when he did, Liam has made no secret of the fact he'd reform the group "tomorrow" if his brother Noel, 49, agreed to jump on board the reunion.
He explained his reasons for a reunion: "Not because of money - I'm far from skint, believe you me. I love that band. That's putting it out there. I still think we could make good records. I'd love it. There has been a big hole in my life since 2008."