Ed Sheeran cuddles fiancée Cherry Seaborn as they wear football shirts to watch Ipswich play

The singer, 27, rested his hands on his long-term girlfriend's shoulders as they watched their beloved Ipswich Town's 4-0 home defeat against Aston Villa.

They sported blue Ipswich Town football shirts to watch from the stands.

The pair were spotted smiling throughout the Championship match despite the drubbing their team received.

At one point a fresh-faced Cherry, who wore her hair back in a ponytail, rested her head on her future husband's shoulder.

Later on Ed was snapped leaving the stadium in a grey cap and clutching a black carrier bag branded with the Ipswich Town logo.

The couple joined fellow celebrities Elton John and Kerry Katona at the football match.

Their outing comes as The Sun's Bizarre column exclusively revealed Ed has submitted plans for 5ft railings outside his £8million home to keep out homeless people — even though he wrote a song about sleeping rough.

He wanted the barrier between his front door and the street to improve security.

In the planning application his building agent Paul Smith says one of the reasons for the railings is “preventing opportunities for rough sleeping”.

Ed wrote the song Homeless based on his own experiences sleeping rough while a struggling teenage musician.

It features the line: “It's not a homeless life for me. It's just I'm home less than I'd life to be."

In his 2014 book A Visual Journey, he said: “There was an arch outside Buckingham Palace that has a heating duct and I spent a couple of nights there.

"That’s where I wrote the song Homeless.”

The song was on Ed’s 2010 EP Loose Change. He also supported a homeless charity’s helpline.

Ed was previously refused permission by the council for a fence with gates at the four-bedroom London townhouse.

Some neighbours object to his railings plan as being “detrimental to the conservation area”.

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