Ed Sheeran breaks down in tears over wife Cherry's cancer diagnosis

Ed Sheeran had an emotional moment after branding February 2022 a ‘horrible month’ due to his wife’s cancer diagnosis.

In emotional scenes in his new Disney Plus documentary The Sum of It All, the 32-year-old singer can be seen crying as he reflects on his fears that Cherry Seaborn might die.

She was diagnosed with a tumour last February while she was six months pregnant with their second child, and surgery would need to wait until after she had given birth.

In one scene in the docu-series, Ed and Cherry are seen sitting and reflecting about the past year around a firepit.

‘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,’ said the Castle On The Hill hitmaker.

‘Life hasn’t moved on for me yet and I don’t think it will, I think it’s going to be a ….’ he added before turning to Cherry as he eyes watered.

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He continued: ‘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,’ he revealed. ‘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.’

Cherry gave birth to baby daughter Jupiter one year ago, without needing to give birth early, while the couple also have Lyra Antarctica, two, together.

During the same time, Ed was mourning the death of his friend Jamal Edwards and also facing a court battle after being accused of plagiarism over his hit Shape of You

Judge Mr Justice Zacaroli ruled that the star ‘neither deliberately nor subconsciously’ copied a phrase from Sami Chokri and Ross O’Donoghue’s 2015 track Oh Why, and there were significant differences despite similarities.

Ed Sheeran: The Sum of It All is available to stream on Disney Plus.

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