Ed Sheeran has reportedly named a pub after his alleged wife, Cherry Seaborn.
The couple got engaged at the end of 2017 and during the summer Ed hinted that they had already tied the knot, before it was recently reported by The Sun that they wed at Christmas.
The publication has now reported that the singer named a pub in the grounds of his Suffolk estate after his suspected wife.
The 28-year-old reportedly called the pub ‘The Lancaster Lock’, after the consultant, whose full name is Cherry Lancaster Seaborn.
“The sign is massive, which came as a bit of a surprise, but everyone locally is pleased to have Ed in the area and he’s the perfect neighbour. If he’s throwing wild parties you’d never know – the estate is huge and he keeps a low profile,” a source said.
Some of Ed’s neighbours aren’t too happy with him at the moment though, as they complained that the singer’s pond may be used for swimming, rather than wildlife.
According to BBC, the Suffolk Coastal District Council is going to investigate the complaints, two years after Ed was granted planning permission to build the pond.
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