SCREAMING fans of Harry Styles turned out to catch a glimpse of the star on the set of his new film.

My Policeman, which is based on Bethan Robert’s novel of the same name, was being filmed in Holland Road, Hove yesterday.

Harry plays the lead role of Tom, a gay policeman who marries Marion, played by Emma Corrin, to conceal his secret relationship with a young man called Patrick.

Fans had been waiting at the set since the early morning after hearing that filming was due to take place.

A video shows Harry leaving in a white Range Rover and waving from the window, which prompted screams from the gathered crowd.

Holland Road is the latest street in Brighton and Hove to host the cast and crew of My Policeman.

Harry and Emma, who shot to fame in Netflix hit The Crown, were seen filming at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, on Sunday.

The pair walked arm-in-arm around the set and were joined by hundreds of extras dressed in period costume.

The sighting comes after the popular musician was seen filming in Brunswick Square, Hove, and in Belcher’s Café in Montpelier Road, Brighton.

Harry, 27, was also pictured in Regency Square, Brighton, surrounded by masked crew members and wearing a policeman’s uniform from the 1950s - the period in which the film is set.

Filming began in Worthing earlier this month.

Photographs shared on Twitter show Harry filming an on-screen kiss with Emma outside The Vine pub in Tarring.

Film trailers, several classic cars and large camera crews have been pictured in the carpark of Worthing Leisure Centre.

Award-winning theatre director Michael Grandage is shooting a screenplay by Oscar-winner Ron Nyswaner, who penned 1993 legal drama Philadelphia.

It has not yet been confirmed when the film will be released, but it is understood to hit the big screen next year.

Harry made his acting debut in Christopher Nolan’s 2017 war film Dunkirk and will star in Olivia Wilde’s psychological thriller Don’t Worry Darling.