Adorable photo of a toddler Ed Sheeran will absolutely make your day

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Okay we need to warn you that this story is so wholesome and pure, it might make you squeal a tiny bit.

Meet toddler Ed

Ed Sheeran’s DAD has put together an exhibition highlighting his famous son’s life – and it’s all kinds of brilliant and sure to delight fans.

Taking pride of place in the show is a photo of gorgeous Ed when he was just a wee boy.

Turns out toddler Ed Sheeran looks exactly like you’d expect him to. Except with even redder hair. And a cute strawberry birth mark. Naw.

He looks so adorable in his hand knitted jumper and wavering grin, in fact,  that you’ll likely want to reach through the screen and squeeze his little Ed cheeks. Sigh.

Ed’s dad John Sheeran curated this new exhibition to mark the end of his son’s tour and it’s apparently brimming with throwback images and glimpses into Ed’s rise from busker to global superstar.

Ed Sheeran

Made In Suffolk

The exhibition is called Made In Suffolk and pays homage to his roots.

“Ed has a deep affection for the landscape and its people. This exhibition reflects that – its title is ‘Made in Suffolk’, which he was,” proud dad John told the Ipswich Star.

“Ed has come such a long way from the days of busking in the town and playing in front of a few dozen people in local pubs. This exhibition is a road map of that journey,” the (equally proud) Mayor of Ipswich, Jan Parry explained.

Ed Sheeran

The show includes never-before-seen photos of Ed’s early life (above! also cuuuuute!), along with paintings, drawings, professional photographs and music and music video memorabilia. Including this panda costume (below).

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#tbt to being a panda in Osaka 📸 @zakarywalters

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And look, if this is not an opportunity to talk about the little girl named Isla who was the spitting image of Ed when she was a toddler, then we don’t know what is.

So let’s do that!

Ed and baby Isla


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