Ed Sheeran breaks down in tears as he opens up on wife Cherry's tumour
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A first-look at the documentary on Ed Sheeran's life shows the emotional moment he breaks down in tears while opening up about his wife Cherry Seaborn's health struggles.
Earlier this month, the singer took to Instagram to share the news that Seaborn, who he's been married to since 2019, was diagnosed with a tumour while pregnant with their second child last year.
Within the same month, the singer's best friend, Jamal Edwards, tragically passed away.
These difficult life events changed the course of Sheeran's upcoming Disney+ docu-series The Sum of It All, something that he discusses in the trailer.
"Cherry's health, it was really bad, and then suddenly my best friend Jamal dies," he explains.
"You guys said, 'Do you want to make a documentary?' And I went, 'Yeah, it should be me in the studio and we'll play the gig.'
"That's not what the documentary is."
The camera then cuts to the 'Shape of You' singer in a car as he bursts into tears.
And hundreds of people have offered words of support, with one writing in the trailer's YouTube comments: "This doc series just proves that even when fans thinks he’s a super figure... he’s just a human with ups and downs just like the rest of us.
"So much respect for Ed and Cherry!"
Another wrote: "I'm so excited for this, he deserves every bit of success and good things in his life.
"You can always see the passion he has for music and expressing himself, that has never changed."
"Real life comes to all of us, no matter where we're at," added a third. "I'm hoping you Cherry and the girls are doing well."
The upcoming documentary, which also coincides with Sheeran's sixth studio album release 'Subtract', is said to take viewers on a journey into how an 'unlikely child with a stutter rose to fame to become one of the biggest global music superstars'.
Per the official synopsis: "For the first time, global superstar Ed Sheeran opens the doors to a definitive and searingly honest view into his private life as he explores the universal themes that inspire his music.
"This series follows Ed after he learns of life-changing news and reveals his hardships and triumphs during the most challenging period of his life."
All four episodes of The Sum of It All will drop on Disney+ on 3 May, while 'Subtract' will be available from 5 May.
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