Who is Jupiter Seaborn Sheeran?

British celebrity child Jupiter Seaborn Sheeran was born under the zodiac sign Taurus on 19 May 2022, in England. She’s only known for being a daughter of famous British singer-songwriter Edward Christopher ‘Ed’ Sheeran.

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Parents and siblings

Jupiter’s being raised in England alongside her older sister Lyra Antarctica, by their father Ed and mother Cherry Seaborn, a non-celebrity British woman whom Ed met while they were attending the same high school. Ed and Cherry exchanged vows in a small and private ceremony in 2019, and Cherry gave birth to Lyra Antarctica on 31 August 2020.

Ed dated several women prior to starting a relationship with Cherry in July 2015, including famous British singer-songwriter Nina Nesbitt in 2012, and his popular songs “Photograph” and “Nina” are about her; nearly all the songs on Nina’s 2014 album “Peroxide” are about Ed. He then dated British chef Athina Andrelos in 2014 and 2015, and she was the inspiration behind his hit song “Thinking Out Loud”.

Ed and his wife Cherry are keeping Jupiter and her sister away from the media’s attention, wanting them to be able to lead normal lives.

Appearance and net worth

Jupiter’s one year old. She has blue eyes and blonde hair, weighs around 21lbs (9.5kgs) and is 2ft 5ins (0.74m) tall.

Her father Ed’s net worth’s been estimated at over $200 million as of October 2023.

Who is her father Ed Sheeran?

Famous British singer-songwriter and actor Edward Christopher Sheeran was born under the zodiac sign Aquarius on 17 February 1991, in Halifax, West Yorkshire, England. He’s one of the most popular British singers, as his seven albums have sold over 150 million worldwide, while he’s won numerous awards and accolades, including two Grammies in 2016 for Best Pop Solo Performance and Song of the Year. In December 2019, Ed was named Artist of the Decade by the Official Charts Company.

He was raised in Halifax alongside his older brother Matthew, by their mother Imogen Sheeran who was employed at Manchester City Art Gallery and father John Sheeran who worked at Cartwright Hall as a curator; Ed’s brother’s today a composer. The family eventually moved to Framlingham, Suffolk where Ed studied at the preparatory school Brandeston Hall; he eventually progressed to Thomas Mills High School, matriculating in 2008.

Ed was only four when he joined a local church choir, and was 11 when he began playing the guitar; he wrote his first songs while attending Thomas Mills, and during those years also learned to play the cello.

Ed’s journey began when he moved to London in 2008 to pursue his dreams of becoming a musician; he played at small venues, performed in the street and self-released a series of extended plays (EPs), all while honing his skills as a singer-songwriter. It was during these formative years that he developed his unique style, blending elements of folk, pop and R&B, and crafting emotionally charged songs.

In 2011, Ed released his debut album “+” (pronounced ‘plus’); it featured hit singles “The A Team” and “Lego House”, and received critical acclaim for its introspective lyrics and Sheeran’s captivating voice. “The A Team” in particular became a massive success, earning Sheeran his first Grammy nomination and propelling him into the international spotlight.

The album “+” resonated with listeners around the world and made Ed a star; his ability to craft songs that were simultaneously relatable and deeply personal was a key factor in his rapid rise to stardom. The album and its singles reached top 20 on a number of UK and other countries’ charts.

Ed’s second album “X” (pronounced ‘multiply’) was released in 2014 and featured a more diverse sound, incorporating elements of pop, hip-hop and R&B; its lead single “Sing” was produced by Pharrell Williams and showcased a more upbeat and radio-friendly side of Ed’s music.

“X” was a massive commercial success, topping charts worldwide and earning Ed his first Grammy win for Song of the Year with “Thinking Out Loud”; the album’s other hits, such as “Don’t” and “Photograph” further solidified his status as a chart-topping artist.

In 2017, Ed released his third studio album “÷” (pronounced ‘divide’) and its lead single “Shape of You” became a global hit, dominating the charts in various countries for weeks; “÷” received widespread acclaim and went on to become one of the best-selling albums of the decade. Ed’s fourth album “No. 6 Collaborations Project” followed in 2019 and topped the charts in various countries.

He released his fifth studio album “=” (pronounced ‘equals’) in October 2021, and his sixth album “-“ (pronounced ‘subtract’) followed on 5 May 2023; most recently, on 29 September 2023, Ed released his seventh album “Autumn Variations” under his own record label Gingerbread Man Records.

One of the defining features of Sheeran’s career has been his ability to write songs that resonate with people on a deeply personal level; whether he’s singing about love, heartbreak or life’s struggles, his lyrics have a universal appeal that captivates his audiences.

Ed’s not only an amazing recording artist but also an incredible live performer; his concerts are known for their intimate atmosphere, with Ed often performing solo with just his guitar and a loop pedal.

One of the career highlights for Ed was his “Divide Tour”, from 2017 through 2019, becoming one of the highest-grossing concert tours of all time; it took him to stadiums and arenas around the world, and his ability to connect with massive audiences was truly remarkable.

In addition to his musical achievements, Ed’s known for being a philanthropist. He’s used his wealth and popularity to support various charitable causes, including children’s hospitals, education initiatives and disaster relief efforts. He’s founded the Ed Sheeran Suffolk Music Foundation to support young musicians in his hometown, and has been involved in campaigns to raise awareness about issues such as homelessness and poverty.

Additionally, Ed Sheeran has remained active in the music scene through collaborations with other artists, including his work with Justin Bieber on “I Don’t Care”, and with Khalid on “Beautiful People”.

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