On Wednesday, Ed Sheeran said on Instagram that his wife, Cherry Seaborn, was diagnosed with a tumor when she was pregnant with their second child. Sheeran made the announcement in a long post about his new album, “Subtract,” which he said was full of his “deepest, darkest thoughts.”
“Within a month of getting pregnant, my wife found out she had a tumor and couldn’t be treated until after the baby was born,” Sheeran wrote.
Sheeran and Seaborn are very private people, and the star doesn’t usually talk about his family on social media. BBC News says that they got married in 2019. In the post, he said nothing new about his wife’s health, but CBS News has contacted a representative to find out more.
In his post, Sheeran talked about some of the other hard things that happened to him last year. “My best friend Jamal died suddenly. He was like a brother to me,” he wrote. BBC News says that Jamal Edwards, a British business owner, gave Sheeran his big break through his media company, SBTV. His family said in February 2022 that he died at age 31 of a “sudden illness.”
Sheeran said, “I found myself defending my integrity and career as a songwriter in court.” He was talking about a lawsuit over his 2017 song “Shape of You.” The lawsuit claimed that Sheeran stole the song from an artist named Sami Switch. In April 2022, Sheeran won the case.
“I was getting more and more scared, sad, and worried. I felt like I was drowning, with my head under the water and my eyes toward the sky. “He didn’t quit his job.
Sheeran said that he had been working on “Subtract” for ten years, but what happened in 2022 changed his life, mental health, and how he thought about music and art. So, about a week ago, his “deepest darkest thoughts” replaced the whole album.
He said writing songs is his therapy and that he “wrote whatever fell out” while making this album. “For the first time, I’m not trying to make an album people will like. I’m just putting out something honest and true to where I am in my adult life,” he wrote.
BBC News says that the album will come out on May 5. “Subtract” comes after albums called “Plus,” “Multiply,” “Divide,” and “Equals,” which are all about math.
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