Singer and songwriter Ed Sheeran is reportedly expecting a baby with his spouse Cherry! The two were childhood friends and have lived a fairytale love story, and now they are getting and extra addition of happiness.


A source close to the two told The Sun how thrilled Sheeran and Seaborn are about the news! They shared:

"Ed and Cherry are over the moon. They're very excited, but have kept things very low key. Lockdown was a perfect excuse not to be seen out and about too much, but things are getting closer and the excitement has been building so they have started telling friends and family.They're just making the last of the preparations at home, and the baby is expected later this summer. It's a really happy time and their families are all totally delighted for them and cannot wait to meet the new arrival."

Ed's Break From Music and Touring

In 2019, Sheeran announced on Instagram that he would be taking a break from music and traveling, especially now to put his family first. The two just got married last year at a country estate in Suffolk and could not be happier. We are so thrilled for this sweet couple on their exciting news!

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