Ed Sheeran awarded MBE

Ed Sheeran awarded MBE

". He died on this day four years ago", the artist reportedly said, "so it's actually quite a nice full circle thing, I guess he'd be pretty proud".

As well as snagging all the awards, breaking records left, right and centre and joining forces with Beyoncé, Ed's also got his eye on shutting down the next royal wedding, with a performance that is.

When reporters asked him whether he'd play at Meghan Markle and Prince Harry's wedding if he was asked, he replied "yeah, why not".

Now THAT would be a show.

An MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire) is handed out for an outstanding achievement in the community which ends up having a long-lasting impact.

The investiture ceremony went rather better than Ed's last brush with royalty too, as he was left needing stitches after an incident at a party held at the home of Charles' younger brother Prince Andrew in November 2016.

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"I think it's persistence", Sheeran, who was recently forced to cancel tour dates due to arm injuries sustained in a bicycle accident, insisted.

Sheeran said he didn't think he had a "vast amount of talent compared to other people", calling his success "persistence".

Sheeran said about their brief chat: 'He was asking me if I was still selling lots of records and I told him I've got a concert in NY tomorrow, and he was quite surprised I was flying after this'.

No doubt about it: Ed Sheeran is on top of the world.

The album and its singles have helped him to become one of the most streamed artists on the planet, as well as raking in a staggering collection of number one hits.

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