If you’ve used the internet anytime in the last week, you’ve likely come across Ed Sheeran’s 2-year-old doppelgänger. Baby Isla went viral earlier this month for her uncanny resemblance to the “Shape of You” singer.
Sheeran sat down with “Good Morning Britain” Wednesday, and presenter Tom Arnold couldn’t resist showing Sheeran a photo of Isla. Sheeran had three choice words about his look-alike: “She’s not mine!”
Despite the minor paternity scare, Sheeran seemed amused by the attention his mini-me had received online.
“It’s mad, the kind of things that go viral,” Sheeran said.
The 25-year-old singer-songwriter added that while he wants little baby Sheerans someday, the timing is not quite right at the moment.
“I don’t want to be touring when I have kids,” Sheeran said. “I want to be, like, nipping out every now and then and being able to actually be a father. I would definitely love all the kids in the world, but I don’t want to have them right now.”
This isn’t the first time Sheeran’s had babies on the brain in recent months. The singer told Zane Lowe in January that he wants “fat, chubby babies” and he plans to take a long break from music while his kids grow up.
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