Harry Styles spotted filming with The Crown’s Emma Corrin outside Worthing pub

Harry Styles fans flocked outside The Vine pub in Tarring High Street on Monday night (May 3), to try and catch a glimpse of the star who was shooting for his latest film, My Policeman.

The 27-year-old was captured kissing his co-star Emma Corrin outside the pub as crew members and security guards stood nearby.

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Gary Harrison, owner of The Vine, said he was contacted by the production company a couple of months ago who asked if they could use the pub as a film set, but he said he had no idea Harry Styles would feature in the period drama, directed by Michael Grandage and based on the novel of the same name by Bethan Roberts.

Harry Styles filming with Emma Corrin outside The Vine pub in Worthing. Picture by: Click News & Media / SplashNews.com

“Obviously there were quite a lot of people outside as the word had got around,” he said.

“We have had a lot of calls and bookings since, so hopefully all this attention will bring customers in.”

Gary said film crews were at the pub from 9pm on Monday until 1am.

He added: “Tarring High Street is an old high street and still has old lanterns and still looks like the 1950s.”

The Vine pub in Tarring, Worthing. Picture: Google Street View

The Vine reopens on Thursday (May 6), at 3pm, and Gary said he was looking forward to welcoming people again.

He also joked: “Harry didn’t have a drink on the night because of the weather but he said he might be back on Thursday at 3pm.”

Film crews at Worthing Leisure Centre. Photo: Eddie Mitchell
Film crews at Worthing Leisure Centre. Photo: Eddie Mitchell