Ed Sheeran’s daughter cries when she hears his music
Kids and funny behavior! We are still wondering why Lyra Antarctica cries whenever she hears Ed sheeran’s songs.
“Now I’ll sing [my new songs] to my daughter, who’s not my biggest fan,” Sheeran revealed in an interview on BBC Radio 1 on Friday. “She just cries!”
We are supposed to be our dads biggest fan but Lyla doesn’t just want to tread that path lol! Ed revealed that the 8 months baby cries each time his music get played with just one exception “Shape of You”
She really likes ‘Shape of You,’” he shared. “The marimba sound is good, but she doesn’t like anything loud or anything belt-y.”
A wise man told me september babies doesn’t like loud music lol and hell yes Lyla is born september.
Throw back to september 2020, Ed sheeran and his wife, Cherry Seaborn, announced the birth of Lyla on instagram! I can’t imagine how happy Ed was that day! we can literally see happiness dripping from his face. The smile was everything.
“Ello! A quick message from me as I have some personal news that I wanted to share with you… Last week, with the help of an amazing delivery team, Cherry gave birth to our beautiful and healthy daughter,” he wrote as the caption to a photo of a pair of blue and grey baby socks.
Though the proud father has yet to share any personal photos of his daughter on social media, the family of three were spotted out together in the rain back in March. Lyra Antarctica was kept safely covered up inside her stroller with just her two little feet waving hello. Sheeran kept his girls covered by holding a large umbrella over both of them.
Inspiring Quotes About Being a Fan
I am a big fan of music in general. I listen to all genres: hip-hop, R&B, whatever sounds good to me; it doesn’t matter to me where it comes from – there are no boundaries, no fences. If I like it, then it will inspire me to create.
Besides being a guitar player, I’m a big fan of the guitar. I love that damn instrument.
I am a big fan of photography, more of being behind the camera – so when I get the opportunity to work with such great photographers, I always try and learn from their technique.
I think it’s important to earn your fan base and not just try to immediately advance to the top. If you ride to the top quickly, you’re liable to fall as quickly. Take your time. It’s a long journey ahead of you as an artist. There’s nowhere that you’re supposed to be other than right now living inside of your art.
I’m not really a fan of people who think they’re better than others. There’s no reason to act that way. I couldn’t even stand to yell at someone if they bumped right into me.