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Ed Sheeran puffs on a cigarette and larks around with friends after enjoying dinner at Kerridge’s

Ed Sheeran appeared to be in good spirits as he enjoyed a boozy night out at Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at The Corinthia on Tuesday evening. 

The singer, 30, could be seen puffing on a cigarette as he stood outside the upmarket London venue with a group of friends.

According to The Mirror, Ed was in a mischievous mood as he leaned on a tree and pretended to fall over for the cameras.  

Evening out: Ed Sheeran looked in good spirits as he enjoyed a night out at Kerridge’s Bar & Grill at The Corinthia in London

Ed enjoyed dinner at the Michilin-starred venue where the cheapest starter is said to cost £16.

The hitmaker cut a casual figure for the outing as he sported a khaki jacket and black trousers and completed his look with a brown hoodie.

Ed was also seen stepping out of the venue with an open bottle of wine in his hand.

It comes after Ed was revealed to have paid himself a cool £21.35 million last year, accounts for his company just published reveal.

Playful: According to The Mirror, Ed was in a mischievous mood as he leaned on a tree and pretended to fall over for the cameras

Playful: According to The Mirror, Ed was in a mischievous mood as he leaned on a tree and pretended to fall over for the cameras

Relaxed: The singer, 30, could be seen puffing on a cigarette as he stood outside the venue with a group of friends

Venue: Ed enjoyed dinner at the Michilin-starred venue where the cheapest starter is said to cost £16.

Relaxed: The singer, 30, could be seen puffing on a cigarette as he stood outside the venue with a group of friends

Laid back: The hitmaker cut a casual figure for the outing as he sported a khaki jacket and black trousers and completed his look with a brown hoodie

Laid back: The hitmaker cut a casual figure for the outing as he sported a khaki jacket and black trousers and completed his look with a brown hoodie

The payout was more than double the £10 million he paid himself in dividend payouts from his company Ed Sheeran Limited in 2019.

Accounts seen by MailOnline reveal in the last three years the Shape of You singer has made £112.4 million pounds, which includes £31.7 million he made last year.

After dividend payouts and other costs are taken into account, Ed still has reserves of £26.6 million in the company. 

This money does not include Ed’s tour earnings but focusses on ‘writing recording and production of music’.

Merry: Ed was also seen stepping out of the venue with an open bottle of wine in his hand

Merry: Ed was also seen stepping out of the venue with an open bottle of wine in his hand

Record: Ed has announced that his upcoming studio album =, which is pronounced equals, will release on Oct. 29

Release: The singer songwriter recently unveiled his 14-song track list which includes his emotionally charged track Visiting Hours

Record: Ed has announced that his upcoming studio album =, which is pronounced equals, will release on Oct. 29

Album: The Thinking Out Loud hitmaker detailed how the album is 'really personal' and confirmed he sees the piece as his 'coming-of-age record', having become a father and tied the knot since he last released an album

Album: The Thinking Out Loud hitmaker detailed how the album is ‘really personal’ and confirmed he sees the piece as his ‘coming-of-age record’, having become a father and tied the knot since he last released an album

Change: Ed revealed his life has changed so much in the past few years after marriage and the birth of his baby girl daughter Lyra Antarctica's with his wife Cherry Seaborn, 29

In a statement he said: '= (Equals) is a really personal record and one that means a lot to me'

Change: Ed revealed his life has changed so much in the past few years after marriage and the birth of his baby girl daughter Lyra Antarctica’s with his wife Cherry Seaborn, 29

He said: My life changed greatly over the past few years – I got married, became a father, experienced loss, and I reflect on these topics over the course of the album'

He said: My life changed greatly over the past few years – I got married, became a father, experienced loss, and I reflect on these topics over the course of the album’

The company performed so well it had a £4.4 million UK corporation tax bill.

He has a separate company which manages his tour earnings which generated more than £180 million in its last two years.

The one negative in the accounts was a note which said that ‘proceedings’ have been brought against the company and it was impossible to say how much money if any would have to be paid out.

It said: ‘It is impracticable to make an estimation of the financial effect, timing of the outflow, or possibility of any reimbursement.

He added: 'I see it as my coming-of-age record, and I can't wait to share this next chapter with you'

He added: ‘I see it as my coming-of-age record, and I can’t wait to share this next chapter with you’

Break: The four-time Grammy winner took a break from work and social media in late 2019 after two years of touring in support of his best-selling album ÷ or Divide

Recording: The new album was written and recorded across Suffolk, London, Sweden and Los Angeles

Break: The four-time Grammy winner took a break from work and social media in late 2019 after two years of touring in support of his best-selling album ÷ or Divide 

On the town: Ed's friend playfully held onto him as  he pretended to fall over

On the town: Ed’s friend playfully held onto him as  he pretended to fall over

It is believed to refer to action being brought over his hit Thinking Out loud which is said to have ripped off Marvin Gaye’s classic Let’s Get It On.

The company which owns the song rights is reported to have launched a claim for £76.4 million.

It comes after it was revealed Ed’s property empire accounts surpass £38million, according to the latest figures.

Ed, who is estimated to have a portfolio worth a staggering £65million, has been hit by the pandemic with his pub and restaurant in Notting Hill, Bertie Blossoms, making a loss of nearly £1.2million.

Laid back: Ed also sported a white T-shirt and a pair of tan boots

Laid back: Ed also sported a white T-shirt and a pair of tan boots 

Payday: It comes after Ed was revealed to have paid himself a cool £21.35 million last year, accounts for his company just published reveal

Doubel: The payout was more than double the £10 million he paid himself in dividend payouts from his company Ed Sheeran Limited in 201

Payday: It comes after Ed was revealed to have paid himself a cool £21.35 million last year, accounts for his company just published reveal

Wealth: Accounts seen by MailOnline reveal in the last three years the Shape of You singer has made £112.4 million pounds, which includes £31.7 million he made last year

Wealth: Accounts seen by MailOnline reveal in the last three years the Shape of You singer has made £112.4 million pounds, which includes £31.7 million he made last year

Company: After dividend payouts and other costs are taken into account, Ed still has reserves of £26.6 million in the company

Company: After dividend payouts and other costs are taken into account, Ed still has reserves of £26.6 million in the company

In documents seen by MailOnline, Ed’s Maverick Properties Ltd has £35,769,804 in assets, after he added £3.012m worth of property.

Meanwhile, Maverick Commercial Properties has £2,687,906 in assets after Ed added property worth £994,342 in 2020. The combined total of the two accounts is £38,457,710.

In the hospitality side of his empire, Ed’s company That Dive Bar Portobello Ltd is -£565,063, while Fat Punt Ltd is -£623,661.

The closure of Ed’s pub and restaurant during lockdown made his accounts plunge nearly £1.2million in the red.

Earings: This money does not include Ed's tour earnings but focusses on 'writing recording and production of music'

Earings: This money does not include Ed’s tour earnings but focusses on ‘writing recording and production of music’

Performance: The company performed so well it had a £4.4 million UK corporation tax bill

Performance: The company performed so well it had a £4.4 million UK corporation tax bill

Tour: He has a separate company which manages his tour earnings which generated more than £180 million in its last two years

Tour: He has a separate company which manages his tour earnings which generated more than £180 million in its last two years

Ed previously spoke about how the pandemic hindered his business to The Sun: ‘It’s had a rocky start as it opened two months before the pandemic…if you’re looking to make a small fortune in the food industry you should start with a large fortune.

‘It’s one of these things where, unless you’re Jamie Oliver or Gordon Ramsay and you have loads of restaurants, it’s very difficult.’

Back in July, Ed decided to take on a more hands-on role with his pub and property empire ahead of releasing his first solo single, Bad Habits, in four years.

The singer appointed himself as a director of Maverick Properties Limited, which is said to manage £26million of his investments.

Proceedings: The one negative in the accounts was a note which said that 'proceedings' have been brought against the company and it was impossible to say how much money if any would have to be paid out

Proceedings: The one negative in the accounts was a note which said that ‘proceedings’ have been brought against the company and it was impossible to say how much money if any would have to be paid out

It said: 'It is impracticable to make an estimation of the financial effect, timing of the outflow, or possibility of any reimbursement'

Action: It is believed to refer to action being brought over his hit Thinking Out loud which is said to have ripped off Marvin Gaye's classic Let's Get It On

It said: ‘It is impracticable to make an estimation of the financial effect, timing of the outflow, or possibility of any reimbursement’

Rights: The company which owns the song rights is reported to have launched a claim for £76.4 million

Rights: The company which owns the song rights is reported to have launched a claim for £76.4 million

Property: It comes after it was revealed Ed's property empire accounts surpass £38million, according to the latest figures

Property: It comes after it was revealed Ed’s property empire accounts surpass £38million, according to the latest figures

Losses: Ed has been hit by the pandemic with his pub and restaurant in Notting Hill, Bertie Blossoms, making a loss of nearly £1.2million

Losses: Ed has been hit by the pandemic with his pub and restaurant in Notting Hill, Bertie Blossoms, making a loss of nearly £1.2million

In documents first seen by The Sun, Ed was also been named as a director to both Fat Punt Limited and That Dive Bar Portobello Limited.

The hitmaker, who became a father to daughter Lyra last year, has not previously been a director of any of the companies and instead left control to his manager and advisor Stuart Camp.

Ed has long been the main shareholder in the companies but his recent signing up as a director indicates a more hands-on approach in helping to run the firms himself.

That Dive Bar Portobello Limited made a loss of £227,000 in 2019 while Fat Punt Limited had losses of £620,000.

Wow: Ed is estimated to have a portfolio worth a staggering £65million

Wow: Ed is estimated to have a portfolio worth a staggering £65million

Assets: In documents seen by MailOnline, Ed's Maverick Properties Ltd has £35,769,804 in assets, after he added £3.012m worth of property

Assets: In documents seen by MailOnline, Ed’s Maverick Properties Ltd has £35,769,804 in assets, after he added £3.012m worth of property

Worth: Maverick Commercial Properties has £2,687,906 in assets after Ed added property worth £994,342 in 2020

Worth: Maverick Commercial Properties has £2,687,906 in assets after Ed added property worth £994,342 in 2020

Accounts: The combined total of the two accounts is £38,457,710

Accounts: The combined total of the two accounts is £38,457,710

However, the bulk of Ed’s income comes from his hugely successful music career where he earned £250million from touring alone.

The Sun previously reported that Ed’s property empire consists of 27 houses, flats and commercial properties are thought to be worth £65million.

Ed owns a sprawling Suffolk estate and a mansion in London along with two properties in Covent Garden and a pair of flats in Battersea.

Meanwhile, Ed has announced that his upcoming studio album =, which is pronounced equals, will release on Oct. 29.

Hospitality: In the hospitality side of his empire, Ed's company That Dive Bar Portobello Ltd is -£565,063, while Fat Punt Ltd is -£623,661

Hospitality: In the hospitality side of his empire, Ed’s company That Dive Bar Portobello Ltd is -£565,063, while Fat Punt Ltd is -£623,661

Closure: The closure of Ed's pub and restaurant during lockdown made his accounts plunge nearly £1.2million in the red

Interview: Ed previously spoke about how the pandemic hindered his business

Closure: The closure of Ed’s pub and restaurant during lockdown made his accounts plunge nearly £1.2million in the red

He said: 'It’s had a rocky start as it opened two months before the pandemic'

He said: ‘It’s had a rocky start as it opened two months before the pandemic’

He added: 'If you’re looking to make a small fortune in the food industry you should start with a large fortune'

He added: ‘If you’re looking to make a small fortune in the food industry you should start with a large fortune’

The singer songwriter recently unveiled his 14-song track list which includes his emotionally charged track Visiting Hours.

The Thinking Out Loud hitmaker detailed how the album is ‘really personal’ and confirmed he sees the piece as his ‘coming-of-age record’, having become a father and tied the knot since he last released an album.

Ed revealed his life has changed so much in the past few years after marriage and the birth of his baby girl daughter Lyra Antarctica’s with his wife Cherry Seaborn, 29. 

He said: 'It’s one of these things where, unless you’re Jamie Oliver or Gordon Ramsay and you have loads of restaurants, it’s very difficult'

He said: ‘It’s one of these things where, unless you’re Jamie Oliver or Gordon Ramsay and you have loads of restaurants, it’s very difficult’

Role:Back in July, the Shape Of You hitmaker decided to take on a more hands-on role with his pub and property empire ahead of releasing his first solo single, Bad Habits, in four years

Role:Back in July, the Shape Of You hitmaker decided to take on a more hands-on role with his pub and property empire ahead of releasing his first solo single, Bad Habits, in four years

Director: The singer appointed himself as a director of Maverick Properties Limited, which is said to manage £26million of his investments

Director: The singer appointed himself as a director of Maverick Properties Limited, which is said to manage £26million of his investments

In a statement he said: ‘= (Equals) is a really personal record and one that means a lot to me. My life changed greatly over the past few years – I got married, became a father, experienced loss, and I reflect on these topics over the course of the album. 

‘I see it as my coming-of-age record, and I can’t wait to share this next chapter with you.’

The four-time Grammy winner took a break from work and social media in late 2019 after two years of touring in support of his best-selling album ÷ or Divide.

The new album was written and recorded across Suffolk, London, Sweden and Los Angeles.

Business: In documents first seen by The Sun, Ed was also been named as a director to both Fat Punt Limited and That Dive Bar Portobello Limited

Business: In documents first seen by The Sun, Ed was also been named as a director to both Fat Punt Limited and That Dive Bar Portobello Limited

Control: The hitmaker has not previously been a director of any of the companies and instead left control to his manager and advisor Stuart Camp

Control: The hitmaker has not previously been a director of any of the companies and instead left control to his manager and advisor Stuart Camp

Shareholder: Ed has long been the main shareholder in the companies but his recent signing up as a director indicates a more hands-on approach in helping to run the firms himself

Shareholder: Ed has long been the main shareholder in the companies but his recent signing up as a director indicates a more hands-on approach in helping to run the firms himself


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