Local shares her experience meeting Ed in Coffs - twice
UPDATE: SOCIAL media was in meltdown this week following news English singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran had visited Coffs Harbour, and one lucky local has shared her experience meeting the superstar for the second time.
Currently in Australia as part of his '÷' world tour, Sheeran was spotted after he touched down at Coffs Harbour Regional Airport on Sunday.
Biggles Flight Lounge employee Simone Cook was the subject of envy after she was lucky enough to not only get a photo with the superstar when he visited in 2015, but again during his recent stopover.
"He's a really friendly guy, very down to earth," she said.
"He was sitting in a car and we didn't expect to get a photo with him, we were happy to just wave at him. But then he stopped the vehicle and got out, took a photo with us and signed our CDs.
"He asked to us to respect his privacy while he was in town, and we acknowledged that and waited until he had left to post the photo."
Simone, who has been working at the airport for the past three years, said she's seen a handful of other celebrities while on the job, including Manu Feildel, Troy Cassar-Daley and Russell Crowe.
It's understood the performer, who it is speculated was visiting Russell Crowe, flew out on Tuesday afternoon for his Wednesday night show in Adelaide.
TUESDAY: ENGLISH singer/songwriter Ed Sheeran has made a pit stop in Coffs Harbour.
The Shape of You singer, who is currently in Australia as part of his '÷' world tour, was spotted at Coffs Harbour Regional Airport this afternoon leaving for his Adelaide show on Wednesday night.
Sheeran earlier today posted a photo on Instagram with a familiar countryside backdrop, sparking speculation he was visiting Russell Crowe's Nana Glen property.
Sheeran was also spotted at Coffs Harbour Regional Airport in 2015 during his 'X' world tour.
Biggles Flight Lounge employee Simone Cook was lucky to not only get a photo with the superstar back in 2015, but again during his recent visit.
Sheeran will be performing in Australia until March 21.