Ed Sheeran Received This Major Honor from Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace

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It's definitely a good year for Ed Sheeran as the two-time Grammy victor has recently been honoured with the Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) for a glittering musical career and charity work by Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace.

The Shape of You singer was given the award "for services to music and charity", Clarence House tweeted.

Sheeran was the most-streamed artist of 2017 and supports various charities, including the Elton John AIDS Foundation and the ONE Campaign.

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When he chatted with Prince Charles at the ceremony, the heir to the throne was apparently surprised that Sheeran was going to be leaving London for the States quite quickly after the big event.

The Royal Family posted the news on their Twitter account, writing: "Today at Buckingham Palace The Prince of Wales hosted an Investiture Ceremony".

Sheeran said he didn't think he had a "vast amount of talent compared to other people", calling his success "persistence".

Sheeran said he was thinking of his late grandfather Bill, who passed four years ago today, as he received the award.

Double Grammy victor Ed, from Suffolk, remained modest about his achievements saying he didn't have "vast talent" compared to other artists but his "persistence, drive and self belief" had paid off.

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