ED Sheeran showed off his new tattoo as he went on a walk with baby girl Lyra and wife Cherry after lunch in Australia.
The happy family arrived in the state of Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula earlier this month.
Ed, 30, and Cherry, 28, were all smiles as they pushed their seven-month-old baby in a pram as they walked through the town of Sorrento.
Both kept it casual, with Ed wearing blue jeans and a black top, while Cherry wore blue shorts and a white T-shirt.
The couple decided to have lunch at Hotel Sorrento before heading out on their walk.
They were also caught up in a spot of bad weather, as it suddenly started pouring down with rain.
On their way, a couple recognised Ed and stopped for some pictures and a chat.
The Shape of You singer also showed off his tattoo in tribute to late music mogul Michael Gudinski.
Two days before he visited the Grey Street Tattoo parlour in St Kilda, Melbourne, with Gudinski’s son Matt.
The tattoo is a simple line drawing of someone throwing up a “No. 1” sign – which was Gudinski’s pose in photos.
Gudinski was regarded as the “father of the Australian music industry” and died suddenly in his sleep on March 2.
Earlier this month, Ed broke down in tears as he performed an emotional new song at Aussie music godfather Michael’s funeral, after his sudden death at 68.
He stopped midway through the new single he had penned during quarantine and told the audience at the Rod Laver Arena in Melbourne, “Sorry” before returning to the song.
Ed, 30, warned the audience before: “I never get this nervous, I’m really f***ing nervous. So apologies if I mess up the lyrics or anything.”