There are few songs better known than Peter Andre’s Mysterious Girl. At one time it was one of just 145 singles in British history to sell over a million copies in the UK.

So when the heartthrob makes an appearance anywhere, he can count on hordes of screaming fans – and that’s exactly what he got when he made several trips to south Bucks.

They were scenes normally only witnessed at Leicester Square or on Hollywood Boulevard – but when the pop star first came to High Wycombe in 2010 to launch his fragrance – the aptly named Mysterious Girl – he brought the Eden Shopping Centre to a standstill.

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Fans wait to catch a glimpse of Peter at the Eden Centre - are you in these photos or were you there on the day? Pictures by Anita Ross Marshall

A heaving mass of teenagers, mums and even men queued for up to 11 hours just to catch a glimpse of their pop idol, who first found fame in the 90s.

More than 4,000 frenzied fans waited restlessly outside The Perfume Shop in anticipation of the Australian star’s arrival, with the queue snaking its way out through the back entrance. There were even fans watching from the car park.

Over the years, our photographers have taken a number of pictures of Peter on his visits to the county. We want to know if you were there at one of his visits and see your photos of when you met Peter!

In 2011, the Mills family from Prestwood spotted the I’m a Celebrity star at Beaconsfield services, with mum Nikki approaching him at a cashpoint to persuade him to be in a picture with her children Amy, then aged 18, Louis, 14 and Megan, 12.

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Peter with the Mills family

He obliged, with Nikki saying at the time: “We are all fans and he was very sweet about it, I have to say.”

A couple of months later, he gave Thame’s summer carnival, in neighbouring Oxfordshire, the celebrity treatment.

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He called in a host of businesses, persuading them to donate raffle prizes, handed out flyers and booked acts such as a samba band to make it a day to remember for families.

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Screaming fans at Thame Carnival - are you in this picture?

Peter also came onto the stage at the carnival to a sea of screaming fans – dressed in a wig and flowery shirt – saying: “This is what the Thame Carnival should be like every year. You guys are absolutely incredible.”

And four years later, the singer was back in south Bucks to perform at PennFest 2015, where thousands of people enjoyed his best-loved hits.

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PennFest. Pictures: Alice Vranch

Peter told his Instagram followers afterwards: “Absolutely loved being on stage last night at Penn festival.”