Ed Sheeran breaks down over wifes cancer diagnosis
Trailer for 'Ed Sheeran: The Sum of it All'
Ed Sheeran has been through some tough times in recent years, from several copyright court cases, one of which is still ongoing, to the sudden death of his friend Jamal Edwards.
However, one of the most “horrible” moments was his wife’s cancer diagnosis.
In the singer’s new four-part Disney+ documentary series, The Sum of It All, Ed is seen crying as he worries about his wife Cherry Seaborn.
Cherry was diagnosed with a tumour, while she was six months pregnant with their second child, in February of last year.
Her being pregnant meant she would need to wait until after she had given birth to have surgery, as there were no treatments that she could safely start while still with child.
In one particular scene in the series, Ed and Cherry reflect about the past year, while sitting around a fire pit.
Ed revealed: “‘I don’t think I’ll ever get to February again and be like ‘This is a great month,’ that was a horrible, horrible, horrible month.
“Life hasn’t moved on for me yet and I don’t think it will, I think it’s going to be a ….” he faltered, while turning to Cherry with tears in his eyes.
“The moment you find the worst thing has happened to someone you truly love, you feel like you’re drowning and can’t get out from under it.”
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Cherry gave birth to their second daughter, Jupiter, one year ago without having to go into labour early.
She joins their older daughter Lyra Antarctica, who was born in 2020.
At the end of last year Cherry was also given the good news that her tumour had not returned.
While this period was incredibly difficult for the couple, it did inspire Ed to write seven songs in four hours in a bid “to cope with the pain” that he was feeling.
He confirmed: “Just from that situation, all these songs came out.
“It’s scary putting your deepest, darkest thoughts out into the world, but I think I’m super ready to just put Subtract out and move on from it emotionally.”
Ed’s latest album Subtract, is also set to be released this week on Friday 5 May.
Ed Sheeran: The Sum of It All is available to stream on Disney+.
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