HARRY STYLES has been pictured on a beach while filming his new movie.

The musician was spotted shooting scenes for his new film My Policeman on Brighton beach, next to the Palace Pier.

In a video taken by an onlooker, Harry could be seen sitting alone, close to the shoreline.

He was spotted getting up and swinging a rucksack onto his back and lighting a cigarette.

Earlier today, the cast and crew of the Amazon studios film were seen filming in Newhaven.

The 27-year-old was pictured frolicking on the shore alongside his co-star, Emma Corrin from Netflix hit The Crown. 

The production team looked to have created an idyllic summer, beach scene, complete with windbreaks and picnic baskets.

Despite the chilly weather conditions, Harry was seen wearing a pair of navy shorts and a short-sleeved shirt.

The sighting comes after the popular musician was seen filming at various locations across Brighton earlier this week.

Harry Styles will play a gay policeman named Tom, who marries a schoolteacher named Marion.

But Tom’s heart truly lies with Patrick, a museum curator.

The pair form a secret relationship, which eventually threatens to ruin them all.

Filming has taken place in Regency Square, Brighton, at Belcher’s Cafe in Montpelier Road, Brighton, and Brunswick Square, Hove.

In the scenes shot at Regency Square, Harry was pictured surrounded by masked crew members.

He was wearing a policeman’s uniform from the 1950s - a nod to the period in which the film is set.

Harry was first seen in the county over the bank holiday weekend, when eagle-eyed fans spotted the star filming outside the The Vine pub in Worthing.

It is thought that filming is to continue for the next few weeks, with Hove Seafront and Palmeria Square set to be used as locations.

Fans of the Grammy-award winning singer waited for hours at different locations in the hope of catching a glimpse of their idol.