Ed Sheeran is already making big plans to create his own “Castle On The Hill” for his wedding to his fiancée Cherry Seaborn.
According to a report by Belfast Telegraph, the 27-year-old British crooner recently applied for planning permission to build his own chapel his Suffolk, England estate. Many believed that this could be the venue for the nuptials.
The 32ft tall chapel will be able to hold an intimate congregation of up to 24 people. It is set to be build by the same architects responsible for Windsor Castle and London’s Somerset House. As you can see from the image here, the venue is designed in the form of a small early Suffolk Round Tower Church. It’s rather perfect to hold a wedding ceremony from prying eyes.
“Even though Ed is one of the world’s biggest stars he does like to do things privately, like his engagement. Having his wedding on his own land would mean they could celebrate their big day with just their nearest and dearest and then head back to the main house of a big party after,” a source was quoted as saying.
In his application, the “Perfect” singer detailed his plan for the chapel. “It is every person’s right to be able to have a place to retreat for contemplation and prayer, for religious observance, celebration of key life and family milestones, marriages, christenings and so forth,” he wrote. Having said that, the East Suffolk Council will only announce their decision on Sheeran’s application in April.
Sheeran and Seaborn revealed that they had gotten engaged in late 2017, earlier in January. For more on the pop star’s wife-to-be, click here.