HARRY Styles transformed into a handsome cop for his new film after his Brits success.
The One Direction singer stars as gay police officer Tom Burgess in My Policeman while Emma plays his teacher wife Marion.
The 27-year-old star was spotted on set looking dapper as he filmed in Brighton.
Harry is shown looking smart in a 1950s policeman's uniform and helmet as he immersed himself into the role.
In one scene, he appears to be chasing actor David Dawson who plays museum curator Patrick Hazelwood, as he makes a fast getaway.
Things seemed to turn tense as the pair seem to have an altercation, resulting in Harry kicking his leg in the air in frustration.
Harry looked a world away from his usual flamboyant dress sense in character as the buttoned-up cop.
The taut expression on officer Tom's face suggests that intense drama that will unfold in the highly-anticipated film.
Set in 1950s Brighton, the film sees Harry's character Tom marry Marion – unable to be himself – but has an affair with museum curator Patrick Hazelwood, played by David Dawson.
Emma is best known for playing Diana, Princess of Wales, in the fourth series of Netflix drama The Crown.
One picture appeared to show the moment Tom and Patrick meet, with the characters seen shaking hands during a scene filmed outdoors.
Producers have beefed up security on the film, aware that Harry's presence on set is likely to draw big crowds.
And insider explained: "They know that his and the rest of the cast's safety is paramount so that needs to be taken into account, but on top of that they will need to be able to shoot the scenes in peace and quiet, without a load of fans in the background.
"So they are really shelling out for a massive security unit to ensure filming can go ahead without a hitch."
The Sun last month revealed that Harry was filming the movie, which is based on a 2012 novel by Bethan Roberts and is set in both the 1950s, when being gay was illegal, and the 1990s.
Harry's success doesn't end there, he bagged the gong for British Single with Mastercard for his hit song Watermelon Sugar.
He said: "I just continue to be baffled by moments like this.
They make me more and more incredibly grateful that I get to do this job every day.
"I am really happy and proud to be here celebrating British music tonight.
"I want to thank my friends for being so generous to me, always. And everyone who always has my back.
"Thank you so much to everything you did for our country, this one is for you."
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