CHELSEA defender Ben Chilwell was left in stitches after his friend was mistaken for a celebrity at the Spanish Grand Prix.
The England star, 26, was in attendance at the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya over the weekend with Blues team-mates Joao Felix, Reece James and Mason Mount.
Chilwell's friend, Harvey Diack, was also in Spain to enjoy the weekend with the stars.
But, after the race, he got caught up in a group of fans.
While Mount was posing for a photo with one person, another came over to ask his friend for a picture, mistaking him for a celebrity.
Diack then went on to take pictures with two other fans before joking with Chilwell.
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The Chelsea defender was quick to post the video on his Instagram story with a caption that read: "@HarveyDiack somehow became famous this weekend," with a laughing emoji.
Chilwell was questioned about the future of Mount, who has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge, ahead of Sunday's race.
When speaking to Sky Sports, he said: "It's none of my business personally but he is my best mate so I would love him to stay."
Formula One presenter Martin Brundle then caught up with the pair when completing his grid-walk.
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The 64-year-old attempted to ask Mount if he will leave Chelsea to join Manchester United this summer, to which the midfielder responded: "I'm here to just enjoy the race today.
"Amazing day, I can't wait to watch it."
Mount has been heavily linked with a move to Old Trafford in recent weeks.
He reportedly agreed personal terms with Man Utd last week, but the Red Devils will have to fork out £70million plus add-ons if they want to secure his signature.
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