Ed Sheeran urges fans to donate to Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal

Ed Sheeran wears Mushroom Records T-shirt in honour of late music mogul Michael Gudinski as he uses his star power to urge fans to donate to Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal

Ed Sheeran is currently in Australia with his wife Cherry Seaborn and their daughter, after performing at music mogul Michael Gudinski’s funeral.

And the British singer has thrown his support behind the Melbourne Royal Children’s Hospital during his trip Down Under.

In a video filmed this week, Ed, 30, wore a Mushroom Records T-shirt, which Michael founded in 1972, and urged fans to donate to the hospital’s Good Friday Appeal.

Supportive: Ed Sheeran (pictured) wore a Mushroom Records T-shirt in honour of the late Michael Gudinski as he urged fans to donate to Royal Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal

‘Back in 2015, I visited the Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne and I saw firsthand how amazing their work is,’ he said.

He added: ‘As a new father, I know how important it is for every child to get access to great health care. The Good Friday Appeal is a wonderful thing.’

‘It’s now in its 90th year so please donate if you can and spare $5 or $10.’

'Please donate': In a video filmed this week, Ed said: 'As a new father, I know how important it is for every child to get access to great health care. The Good Friday Appeal is a wonderful thing'

‘Please donate’: In a video filmed this week, Ed said: ‘As a new father, I know how important it is for every child to get access to great health care. The Good Friday Appeal is a wonderful thing’

Ed and his wife Cherry Seaborn, 28 arrived in Australia along with their daughter Lyra Antarctica, earlier this month.

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