Ed Sheeran's Parents Auctioning Off His Belongings For Charities

Fans of Ed Sheeran have the rare opportunity to own some of his prized possessions thanks to an upcoming charity auction that will benefit several relief organizations from his hometown.

The Ed Sheeran Made in Suffolk Legacy Auction, which kicks off today and will run until November 8 of this year, was set up by the "Shape of You" singer's parents, John and Imogen Sheeran.

The Sheerans say they "tapped our collection of Ed memorabilia to donate various items to the auction" -- including a "signed and famed ticket and handbill for Ed's first ever public gig, when he was 14," the Legos he played with as a kid and many other mementos from his youth.


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