Ed Sheeran: “I’m Going Back To Daddy Duties – And A Curry!”

Ed cut a dapper figure as he performed on the stage outside Buckingham Palace. He sang while wearing a navy blue suit, a white shirt, and a silver tie, and holding his guitar in front of him.

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Ed Sheeran: "I'm Going Back To Daddy Duties - And A Curry!"

Ed Sheeran said he is returning to’ daddy duties after his ‘surreal’ performance at the Platinum Jubilee Pageant on Sunday evening.’

During the Jubilee celebrations, which featured images of the Queen and Prince Philip on giant screens around the stage, the megastar, who became a father for the second time last month, performed his hit romantic ballad Perfect.

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“I’m going back [to daddy duties] after this. I think we’re going to have a curry,” Ed, 31, said in an interview ahead of his stellar performance.

He continued: “This is like a full circle nostalgia moment. This is the event I picked up a guitar at seeing Eric Clapton and then ten years ago go to play it at the Diamond Jubilee.

“I find it really surreal. I do find it really surreal. I’ve still got the [2002 Golden Jubilee concert] Party at the Palace DVD in my house. These events make you pinch yourself.”

“Really nice and, touch wood, the weather’s fine,” he said of the event’s atmosphere.

“It’s very rare you actually get days like this to feel patriotic. I think the last like this was the Euros final.”

Ed cut a dapper figure as he performed on the stage outside Buckingham Palace. He sang while wearing a navy blue suit, a white shirt, and a silver tie, and holding his guitar in front of him.

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Ed was announced to perform at the Platinum Jubilee at the end of May.

He took to the stage ahead of the National Anthem at the end of the carnival procession through the streets of London, singing his hit romantic ballad Perfect as footage of the Queen and Philip filled the giant screens around the stage.

Philip, the Queen’s ‘strength and stay,’ was married to the monarch for 73 years and dedicated decades of his life to royal duties.

He died in April of last year, at the age of 99, during the pandemic, leaving the Queen in mourning for her lifelong confidant.

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