Ed Sheeran is just TOO lovely!


We’ve always had a slight obsession with Ed Sheeran – the floppy ginger hair, THAT smile, his down-to-earth personality, and now we have yet another reason to love the international superstar.

On Tuesday, loveable Ed headed to his hometown of Framlingham in Suffolk to visit Mills Meadow Care Home.

‘I’m honoured’ – Ed Sheeran becomes Dr Sheeran after he receives an honorary doctorate from University Campus Suffolk


No, he hasn’t taken retirement early. (Quite frankly, we don’t know what we’d do if he did!) Instead, Ed was opening a new suite at the care home, which has been named, The Sheeran Suite.

The 24-year-old singer was obviously a welcome guest with the Mills Meadow’s manager, Sue Hill, describing Ed as ‘delightful’.

She added: ‘We are really grateful that he could spare the time in his busy schedule to pop in.’

One of the residents even revealed that she’d managed to get an autograph from the UK star. Err, jealous!!?

What’s more, Ed was given £500 to contribute to a charity of his choice, which in this case was the East Anglian Children’s Hospice.

Ed’s week has been a little different to usual. Not only is he cutting the ribbon at a care home, but he also received an honoury doctorate from University Campus Suffolk for his ‘outstanding contribution to music’.

Pretty impressive stuff there, Mr Sheeran!

Speaking on stage at the university, Ed said:

‘I’ve had an amazing year… and this makes it even better. Suffolk is very much where I call home. Receiving this recognition is a real privilege.’

Seriously, we’re all hearts-in-eyes over Ed, who clearly will never let fame get to his head!

As well as devoting time to the Suffolk care home, Ed has previously performed several good deeds that have made our heart melt.

In March 2014, the singer gave away a load of his photoshoot clothes to charity and later in the year, Ed even surprised a fan and cystic fibrosis sufferer by performing on stage with her.

Adorable doesn’t even cover it!