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14th Nov 2016

Ed Sheeran is selling his clothes to raise money for Children’s Hospice

He’s even selling the tux he wore to the Grammys.

Ed Sheeran seems to always be doing some sort of good deed, and this is no exception. The singer is currently selling several pieces of clothing he has previously worn.

This included his signature checked shirts, some zip hoodies, shoes, and jeans. The main attraction of the sale is the Burberry tuxedo that Ed wore for his appearance at the 2013 Grammys, which includes a $20 bill and a taxi company business card that were in the pocket on the night.

Bidding for some of the items such as the t-shirts start at as little as  €10 but we’re guessing with all the Ed Sheeran superfans out there, it’ll sell for much for.

The auction is for a very good cause, as all money raised will go to East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH). Kate Middleton has supported the charity for several years and Ed himself has been a huge help to the cause. Both Kate and Ed are both currently working on a £10 million campaign to transform children’s palliative care across Norfolk, including building a new hospice.

The auction runs until November 20th and if you’re interested in getting your hands on some of Ed’s clothes, you can bid here.


Checked shirt – bidding currently at £21.


Hoodie- bidding currently at £17.