We asked our readers to share their most mundane celebrity anecdotes and they did not disappoint.
From locking eyes with Jude Law at Gatwick airport to recommending soup to Neneh Cherry here are some of the ‘best’ celebrity stories.
Dean Maisey said: "Selling a book of stamps to Cynthia Payne and Julie Walters while 'Personal Services' was being filmed in 1986/87." Picture: Steve Robards
Jo Atkins said: “Standing in front of Sir David Attenborough in a queue at Heathrow. We’d got off the same flight from Australia. He was in First Class, I wasn’t.”
Ashley Price said: “Selling a plug to Sue Lawley. Selling petrol to Christopher Biggins. I also sold a draining board mat to Jon Pertwee (but he returned it).” Photo: Derek Martin
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Sonia Owens-Moir said: "Working for a flight handler at Gatwick in the ’90s, Adam Faith was filming some travel documentary thing in front of our desk. He thought it would look good if he looked like he was talking to someone before turning to do a piece to camera. So I literally had five seconds of national TV fame." Photo: Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images.
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