A POLICE box has been spotted in the city amid Harry Styles filming for a new movie.

Film crews have been recording across Brighton and Hove this week for the upcoming film, My Policeman.

The film, which is based on Bethan Robert’s novel, sees a gay policeman marry a woman to conceal his secret relationship with a young man.

Featuring Harry Styles as the lead actor, the film has been shot in some of Brighton's most popular venues.

Now, a large blue police box has been spotted in Powis Square - with a cracking painter adding the finishing touches.

Pictures shared on Twitter show the man working on the box, which is believed to be part of the movie.

It comes after Harry and Emma Corrin, who plays Marion, were seen filming at the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, on Sunday.

The Argus: The builders bum was on full display while working on the police box The builders bum was on full display while working on the police box

The pair, who shot to fame in Netflix hit The Crown walked arm-in-arm around the set and were joined by hundreds of extras dressed in period costume.

The popular musician was also seen filming in Brunswick Square, Hove, and in Belcher’s Café in Montpelier Road, Brighton earlier this month.

Harry, 27, was later 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 for the film began in Worthing earlier this month.

The Argus: The police box was spotted in Powis SquareThe police box was spotted in Powis Square

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.