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Ed Sheeran admits that he is married to Cherry Seaborn

Much to everyone's surprise, Ed Sheeran recently revealed that he got married to fiancée Cherry Seaborn

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Famous singer-songwriter Ed Sheeran recently revealed that he got married to fiancée Cherry Seaborn during an interview with iHeartRadio.

The couple went to high school together in their hometown in Suffolk.

Sheeran talked about the lyrics of his song Remember My Name, a collaboration with Eminem and 50 Cent.

The words “my wife” was mentioned in the song but Sheeran said he wasn’t married at the time the song was written but said, “I knew that we’d be married by the point that the song came out.”

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Sheeran revealed his engagement to Seaborn in Jan 2018 but remained low-key about his relationship.

In 2012, Sheeran dated Nina Nesbitt but they broke up due to long distance.

It was rumoured that Ellie Goulding and Sheeran dated after that.

Prior to Seaborn, Sheeran was dating Athina Andrelos and the song Thinking Out Loudwas about her.

 

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