Glamorous celebrity businesswoman Katie Price stopped off in Doncaster as part of her whirlwind book tour and is already making plans to return to the borough.
Around 100 people turned out on Sunday to get a glimpse of the Katie - some of whom had been in the queue six and a half hours early.
And staff at Waterstones in the Frenchgate said they are already in talks with the star to return when her new autobiography is released.
David Cooper, manager at Waterstones said: “Katie was really friendly and made a real effort with all of her fans.
“Some people had been queuing since 8.30am to see her.
“We have been talking to her publicist we are hoping Katie will come back when her autobiography is released.”
The turnout however, was a far cry from Katie’s last trip to Doncaster that saw 4,000 people flock to see her.
Katie was visiting the town to promote her latest novel He’s The One.
The pregnant star, who is believed to be just weeks away from giving birth this summer has already written eight novels, four autobiographies and a string of children’s books.
Her latest autobiography that the star said will contain “disturbing” details about her private life will be her 50th publication.