Liam Gallagher's son Gene made sure to stop by the premiere of Oasis documentary, Oasis Knebworth 1996, on Thursday night, despite his rocker dad being a no show.
The 20-year-old attended the screening at Picturehouse in central London, joining his uncle Noel Gallagher at the event, alongside the film's director Jake Scott.
Noel and brother Liam had worked together on the project, with the pair putting aside their differences and reuniting despite their ongoing 12-year feud.
Representing: Liam Gallagher's son Gene, 20, stopped by the premiere of Oasis documentary, Oasis Knebworth 1996, on Thursday night, despite his rocker dad being a no show
Representing dad Liam at the event no doubt, Gene looked in good spirits as he was pictured leaving the premiere.
Mirroring his dad's rocker image, Gene showcased his edgy sense of style in jeans, a retro blue and red bomber jacket and shades.
Liam, who embarked on a solo career following Oasis splitting, shares Gene with All Saints singer Nicole Appleton.
He is also dad to three other children; daughter Molly, who he shares with Lisa Moorish, Lennon, 22, from his marriage to ex-wife Patsy Kensit, and daughter Gemma, eight, who he shares with Liza Ghorbani.
Keeping it casual: Noel Gallagher, 54, took centre stage at the event at the Picturehouse in central London which hosted the world premiere of Oasis Knebworth 1996
While Liam chose not to attend the screening, fellow Oasis frontman Noel took centre stage on the night.
The musician, 54, kept things casual, as he rocked up sporting a Fear of God hoodie and black jeans.
Posing for pictures on his arrival, Noel completed his look with a pair of white trainers and was seen posing with the movie's director Jake, as well as greeting fans at the venue.
Former Oasis star Noel reunited with her bandmate brother Liam, 48, last month after an ongoing feud since Oasis split up 12 years ago.
The siblings put aside their differences as they both worked on a new documentary film on the band's iconic Knebworth shows in 1996, although Liam was not at the premiere.
Down to earth: The musician kept it casual in a Fear of God hoodie and a pair of black jeans as he posed for pictures at the event
Movie magic: Noel (far right) and Liam Gallagher (centre) put aside their differences to work on the documentary centred around the band's iconic Knebworth shows (pictured in 1996)
Dream team: Noel was seen catching up with the film's director Jake Scott, 56, at the event
Speaking about the project where both brothers serve as executive producers, Noel previously told The Sun: 'There's lots me and Liam will never agree on, and with Oasis we both have the chance to say no to anything, but doing this was a no-brainer.'
Noel told how 30 cameras captured every moment of the shows but the band ended up forgetting about the footage after their American tour 'imploded' because both Liam and Noel missed shows and they