Comedian Rory Bremner's customised Cornish pasty
COMEDIAN Rory Bremner tucked into a pasty with his own name on it as he spent the day in Marazion filming for a new TV show.
The television star, best known for his impressions of politicians and famous people, popped into Philps Pasties on Saturday lunchtime.
Owner Neil Philp said Bremner's production team called the Marazion shop beforehand to tell them they were coming and bakers rustled him up a special treat.
"They made him a pasty with his name on it," said Neil. "He was thrilled with it. He started eating it straight away."
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It is believed the comedian and his film crew had been filming on St Michael's Mount for a new show about Cornish views.
Bremner was in Falmouth on Friday for the Falmouth Oyster Festival, where he started his day with breakfast at Rick Stein's restaurant.
He told This is Cornwall via Twitter: "We're filming views down here for a tv show next year. Can't say more yet. Lovely day!"