Indeed, it looks like Sheeran’s hosts went all out with the traditional fixins on the first night of Passover. Now, we’re not sure which delicious platters the musician may have helped himself to — a little brisket for the gentleman, perhaps? — nor exactly how adorable he looked in his kippah or where he might have been enjoying that Seder dinner, but that table set-up is Pinterest-worthy in our books.
Ed had a complete set-up, including a majestic purple yarmulke, a (faux? real? Who’s to say?) Matzo place card marking his place and four questions-themed finger puppets (essential to telling the story of Passover) and a songbook to follow along with the evening’s activities.
Passover, a Jewish holiday commemorating the liberation of the Jewish people from Egyptian slavery in biblical times, began April 14 and ends April 22.