I gave birth to ‘Ed Sheeran’s’ baby – I was exhausted but still went to the singer’s concert hours later | The Sun

THE woman who had a baby with an Ed Sheeran lookalike was at the singer’s concert just hours after giving birth.

Ty Jones, 27, and his partner Amanda Baron, 37, welcomed their first child together earlier this month.



They called their daughter Cherry Rose – in a nod to Ed’s wife Cherry Seaborn – and added the middle names Leigh and Sheeran.

And just hours after giving birth, mum-of-five Amanda, from Carrington, Gtr Manchester, was watching her idol in concert.

Having had barely any sleep, the couple went to see Ed, 31, perform at Man City’s Etihad Stadium.

Amanda was introduced to Ty by pals who met him at one of the star’s gigs.

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Ty, who looks so like the Shape of You singer that he works full-time as an Ed-alike, said: “I feel phenomenal. Cherry is beautiful.”

And Amanda, who is an Ed Sheeran superfan, said: “She’s perfect.”

Cherry Rose, who arrived three weeks early, was born at Wythenshawe Hospital weighing 5lb 6oz at 4.08am.

She said of the baby: “I chose the name Cherry as it’s so sweet.

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“We also wanted to keep the Ed Sheeran theme in the family.”


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