Ed Sheeran and wife Cherry Seaborn walk with daughter Lyra in Victoria

Ed Sheeran shows off his new tattoo and takes selfies with locals as the singer and wife Cherry Seaborn enjoy a stroll with baby daughter Lyra after pub lunch in Victorian seaside town of Sorrento

  • Sheeran arrived in Australia earlier this month with his wife Cherry Seaborn and the couple’s seven-month-old daughter Lyra
  • The family are believed to have quarantined at the luxurious Sweven Estate on the Hawkesbury River in NSW, which costs an average of $6000-per-night 
  • The trio were reportedly caught in the recent NSW floods while staying at the estate and ‘made a narrow escape from rising floodwaters’ in the area
  • The British singer performed at the state memorial for late music mogul Michael Gudinski at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on Wednesday  
  • Sheeran joined Gudinski’s son Matt as they visited Grey Street Tattoo in Melbourne’s St Kilda on Thursday, and had matching tributes to the Mushroom Records founder inscribed on their arms
  • Ed and Cherry are currently visiting the beachside town of Sorrento, Victoria which has a population of just 1,592 people
  • The couple enjoyed a casual pub lunch there on Saturday, before Ed stopped for selfies with fans outside, and showed them his new tattoo – a tribute to Gudinski 
  •  Since arriving in Australia, Ed and Cherry have blended in with the locals, attending a football match in Melbourne on Saturday and taking strolls without minders or an entourage in tow

Ed Sheeran has been settling into a relaxed lifestyle in Australia since arriving earlier this month with his wife Cherry Seaborn and their baby daughter Lyra. 

And on Saturday, the family of three enjoyed a low key appearance in the small, sleepy town of Sorrento, located on Victoria’s picturesque Mornington Peninsula. 

With no entourage or minders in tow, Ed, 30, and Cherry, 28, looked just like any other couple, pushing their seven-month-old tot in a pram during a casual stroll, shortly after the singer dedicated a new tattoo to late music mogul Michael Gudinski following his death in March. 


Like locals: Ed Sheeran, his wife Cherry Seaborn and their baby daughter Lyra enjoyed a no-frills outing in the town of Sorrento, located in Victoria’s picturesque Mornington Peninsula, on Saturday

Smiling and cheerful, Ed and Cherry took their time exploring the beachside town, which has a modest population of just 1,592 people. 

The couple ventured into Hotel Sorrento for a pub lunch, wiling away the afternoon inside the establishment before heading off for a relaxed jaunt. 

A pair of fans later stopped the British superstar for a selfie, and he happily obliged, beaming as he engaged in a lively a chat with the local couple. 

Holiday: They wiled away the afternoon inside the establishment before heading off for a relaxed jaunt


Relaxed: With no entourage or minders in tow, Ed, 30, and Cherry, 28, looked just like any other couple, pushing their seven-month-old tot in a pram during a casual stroll

Tribute: Just two days earlier Ed paid tribute to late music mogul Michael Gudinski by getting a tattoo dedicated to his friend at Melbourne’s Grey Street Tattoo

The Shape of You singer also showed the eager fans his new tattoo, a tribute to late music mogul Michael Gudinski. 

Ed had the artwork inked just two days earlier in Melbourne, and it appears to still be in the delicate process of healing. 

The singer was joined by Gudinski’s son Matt as they visited Grey Street Tattoo in St Kilda on Thursday, and had matching tributes inscribed on their arms.

The tattoos were simple designs of a hand holding up the ‘No. 1’ sign, which was one of Gudinski’s signature poses in photographs.

Ed and Matt got inked the day after they both attended the Mushroom Records founder’s state memorial at Rod Laver Arena on Wednesday. 

Gudinski, who was widely regarded as the ‘father of the Australian music industry’, died suddenly in his sleep on March 2 at the age of 68. 

Gracious: Outside the venue, a pair of fans stopped the British superstar for a selfie



What a champion! Ed happily obliged, getting in close to take the photo himself 

No frills: Ed enjoyed a meal at the local pub (pictured) without being recognised before coming across the fans outside 

As they continued their stroll, the Thinking Out Loud hitmaker and his wife were soon introduced to Victoria’s famously unpredictable weather, with the sun vanishing and the heavens opening. 

As rain belted down on the couple, Ed and Cherry made a dash back to their accommodation, where they retrieved an umbrella before plowing on with their walk as planned. 

Little Lyra stayed safe under a pram cover featuring a tropical print, which the couple had used to keep her covered throughout their walk. 

Tatts nice: The Shape of You singer also showed the eager fans his new tattoo, a tribute to late music mogul Michael Gudinski

There it is: The singer joined Gudinski’s son Matt (centre right) as they visited Grey Street Tattoo in Melbourne’s St Kilda on Thursday, and had matching tributes inscribed on their arms

Inked: The tattoo is still fresh and in the process of healing, and has joined Ed’s extensive sleeve of designs

Sweet: The fan seemed moved by Ed’s tribute to the iconic Australian record label founder

Ed dressed casually for the outing, opting for a simple black t-shirt and blue jeans worn with blue and white sneakers. 

He shielded his eyes with a pair of sunglasses and accessorised with a leather necklace. 

Cherry opted for a fitted white and navy shirt with a pair of matching short-shorts worn with sneakers, her toned pins on display. 

Oh dear! As they continued their stroll, the Thinking Out Loud hitmaker and his wife were soon introduced to Victoria’s famously unpredictable weather



Rushed! Ed cringed as the droplets began pelting down upon him during his latest outing in Australia 

Wet wet wet: With Ed taking over wheeling the pram, the couple made their way home

The new mother wore her hair off her face in a loose bun, and appeared to go makeup free. 

She added a number of silver necklaces, as well as a watch and blue beaded bracelet, and like her husband opted to wear shades. 

Ed and his family arrived in Australia earlier this month, and underwent a mandatory 14 day quarantine. 

Fighting fit: Cherry showed off her toned pins in navy blue and white short-shorts 



Determined! Ed and Cherry returned to their accommodation to get an umbrella

What a gent! The Shape Of You hitmaker held an umbrella over Cherry and their baby girl 

Cool cats: The couple kept their sunglasses on despite the weather turning grey 

They are believed to have quarantined at the luxurious Sweven Estate on the Hawkesbury River in NSW, which costs an average price of $6000-per-night.

On top of this price is the cost of private security and police presence, which can rack up to hundreds of thousands of dollars.

The incredible 141-acre estate features five bedrooms, an infinity pool, a self-contained cottage and unrivalled views of the Hawkesbury region. 

Sleepy: The family are visiting the beachside town of Sorrento in Victoria (pictured) which has a population of 1,592 people

Stunning! The picturesque region boats stunning bays and is perfect for holidaymakers 

According to The Sydney Morning Herald’s Private Sydney, the couple and their daughter were caught in the recent NSW floods while staying at the estate. 

The publication reported that Ed and his family, ‘made a narrow escape from rising floodwaters’ in the area. 

The report claims that the family left the property on the ‘last road’ out of town that was not shut because of the flood waters. 

Has to be done: Ed and his family arrived in Australia earlier this month, and underwent a mandatory 14 day quarantine

 Nice digs! They are believed to have quarantined at the luxurious Sweven Estate (pictured) on the Hawkesbury River in NSW, which costs an average price of $6000-per-night

It was also where the A-Team hitmaker wrote the song Visiting Hours – a detail he later revealed before performing it at Michael Gudinski’s memorial service. 

The trio reportedly reached Sydney airport and were then seen arriving on a private jet into Melbourne, Victoria, just in time for Michael’s state memorial on Wednesday. 

Ed gave an emotional performance at the memorial, which was held at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena.

Great friends: The British singer performed at the state memorial for late music mogul Michael Gudinski (left) at Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena on Wednesday. Gudinski, who was widely regarded as the ‘father of the Australian music industry’, died suddenly in his sleep on March 2 at the age of 68

Close: Ed affectionately described Michael a ‘father figure’ who organised his record-breaking stadium tour of Australia in 2018

He sang his hit single Castle on the Hill – one of late music mogul’s favourites – and later broke down in tears as he performed a new song, Visiting Hours, which is about his daughter Lyra. 

Ed was visibly emotional and at one point and had to stop singing, before saying ‘sorry’ and returning to the microphone.

He told the audience beforehand: ‘I never get this nervous, I’m really f**king nervous. So apologies if I mess up the lyrics or anything.’

Tribute: He sang his hit single Castle on the Hill – one of late music mogul’s favourites – and later broke down in tears as he performed a new song, Visiting Hours, which is about his daughter Lyra

He also shared the stage with Kylie Minogue – whose music career was launched by Michael – to do a duet of her songs All The Lovers and The Loco-motion. 

Also on Saturday following the memorial, Ed attended the AFL match between the St Kilda Saints and Melbourne Demons at Marvel Stadium in Melbourne. 

He was accompanied by Michael Gudinski’s widow, Sue Gudinski, as well as his wife Cherry, the couple enjoying a rare date night since the birth of their daughter. 

Making Michael proud: He also shared the stage with Kylie Minogue (left) – whose music career was launched by Michael – to do a duet of her songs All The Lovers and The Loco-motion

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