ED Sheeran is enjoying pub grub from his local boozer as he endures lockdown in his rural village.
The 29-year-old star – once known as Teddy Two Dinners for his monster appetite – is supporting his local pub by dining on takeaway meals.
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Ed and his wife Cherry were regulars at the country inn, The Dennington Queen, before the nation was plunged into isolation due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The singer, who is worth £160million, is now doing his bit to help the watering hole survive by ordering classic pub meals such as fish and chips, pies, curry, and lasagne for around £8.
A source told us: "Ed is very much part of village life and is doing his bit by ordering food from the pub to help the business stay afloat."
The Sun Online have contacted his rep for comment.
A Sunday roast with all the trimmings from the quaint country pub is available for just a tenner, with desserts including sticky toffee pudding and cheesecake.
Pub bosses deliver to the residents of rural Suffolk who are unable to make it out of the house.
The landlord said online: "We will be offering a take away service from the menu below and also a delivery service to residents who are unable to leave their homes.
"If you live in one of the surrounding villages and are self-isolating or just generally struggling, then please call us and we will help if at all possible.
"It is at times like this that you appreciate what wonderful and loyal customers we have.
"Thank you for your continued support but above all stay safe and look out for others and we look forward to being of service to you again in the future."
The Sun Online previously revealed that Ed and Cherry are keeping busy during lockdown by growing organic veg and keeping chickens.
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A local resident told us at the time: "They are both passionate about organic food and, in these troubled times, it is nice to know they can get produce straight from the garden.
"Ed spends hours out there tending all his crops. It is a simple pleasure for him away from the madness of the music world."
The British government introduced strict lockdown rules last month, with deadly coronavirus continuing to cause devastation across the globe.
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