Appearing on a Swedish TV show, the singer, 30, who is proud dad to 14-month-Lyra, talked about his fears she will grow up to experience the 'real lows', which he can relate to.
'I don’t want her to have the ability to have real lows. I would hate for her to have that. I know she will, as it runs in my family. But I would hate for her to feel sad and not know why,' Ed said.
Worries: Ed Sheeran revealed his fears over daughter Lyra, 14 months, suffering from depression and admitted mental health issues run in his family - pictured in September
Ed announced the birth of his first daughter with his wife Cherry back in September 2020.
The singer went on to admit being lockdown affected his mental health in a bad way and he stopped working as a result. The Shape Of You hitmaker later realised making music was the most helpful thing he could do to help his troubles.
He said: 'I just got sad. Any major thing that happens in my life, the most positive thing I can do from that is write a song.'
Scared: The singer shares the 14-month-old with his wife Cherry and is afraid she will grow up to experience the 'real lows' he has