Many famous faces live in Merseyside, from footballers to actors, influencers and models - and a lot of the rich and famous seem to have a soft spot for Crosby.
With the impressive marine lake and several miles of sandy shores it's not difficult to see why.
We also couldn't mention Crosby without referring to its iconic Iron Men statues.
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The well-known Antony Gormley figures were first unveiled in July 2005, and have since brought many visitors to Crosby.
Over the years, Crosby has been home to a number of top-flight footballers, as well as many other celebrities.
With its close proximity to Liverpool - as well as the Sefton coast - it's a great place to live, or visit.
Let's take a look at the famous faces who live, have lived, or have been spotted in the seaside town.
When the footballing legend became Everton's manager in 2019, he decided to make Crosby his home.
It's safe to say he loves the place, with him even admitting Crosby Beach was better than Venice's Grand Canal.
Ancelotti told the Guardian he would like to invite Jose Mourinho round to his house, saying: "I have to talk to him about the beach and the nice area that Crosby is. I would like to welcome him here in Crosby.”
Sadly, Mr Ancelotti left the area for Spain at the end of last season.
Gareth Bale was, of course, seen in Crosby when Marine AFC played Spurs in the FA Cup in January.
No spectators were allowed into the stadium due to coronavirus restrictions at the time, though a number of people were able to enjoy the spectacle from their pitch-side houses.
One local, named Christopher, tweeted a close-up picture of four-time Champions League winner Bale, who came on as a second-half substitute.
He included the caption: "Watching Gareth Bale whilst leaning out my window. Unreal".
His day improved even further when Bale replied with a virtual wave emoji late on Sunday night to acknowledge the fan.
Once ranked the most powerful woman in Britain, Cherie Blair was born in Crosby.
Cherie once told the ECHO her husband - then Prime Minister Tony Blair - calls her a "bolshy Scouser".
At the time she said she was only too proud to be reminded of her Scouse roots.
Cherie went to St Edmund's primary school, where she was moved up a year for high achievement, before moving to Seafield Convent Grammar School, which is now Sacred Heart.
Her four A grades at A level gained her a place at the London School of Economics and paved the way for a highflying career as a barrister.
People living in Crosby were treated to a surprise when Hollywood actress Rebel Wilson dropped by for some lunch in April.
The Pitch Perfect star looked glam, wearing a black wrap dress, as she entered Mustard and Co restaurant on College Road.
Rebel was filming in the region for The Almond And The Sea Horse, a feature adaptation of Kaite O’Reilly’s stage play.
A restaurant scene for the film was shot at Mustard and Co on April 27.
Chef Tom Caldwell also features as an extra in the scene.
Mustard and Co staff and customers were in for a second treat after Rebel Wilson showed up.
Eddie Izzard came into the restaurant later that same day.
Mustard owner Andrew Flynn told the ECHO it was "a bit surreal".
He said: "It was so mad. We didn't know she was coming so it was like serving a customer... but it was Eddie Izzard. So bizarre."
Later that day, Eddie went to New Brighton to campaign ahead of the 2021 local elections.
The long-time Labour supporter posted a video asking viewers to support Paul Martin, one of the party’s candidates in the ward.
TV presenter and journalist Anne Robinson says she was "Crosby-born and Blundellsands-raised".
Earlier this year the 76-year-old told the Guardian she is the "oldest woman on TV who isn't baking cakes".
Most commonly known for presenting The Weakest Link, Anne says her Scouse accent was lost after her mum, Anne Senior, sent her to Farnborough Hill convent college in Hampshire.
She previously told the ECHO: "My critics in Liverpool may think I’m the weakest link, but I really do love you all AND your city (it’s just easier for me to live hundreds of miles away)."
Bill Nighy took one look at a photo of Crosby and told director Carl Hunter: “I want to be in your film!”
The actor starred in Sometimes Always Never, which was filmed on Crosby beach in 2018.
Carl, who is also the bassist in The Farm, told the ECHO: “Bill lived in Liverpool for part of the 1970s, when he was a member of The Everyman Theatre’s repertory company, and he loved it up here.
"He told me he used to visit Crosby with his good friend, the late actor, writer and director Ken Campbell.”
Scouse star Stephen Graham filmed a BBC drama in Crosby back in 2012.
A number of crucial scenes for the hard-hitting series Good Cop were shot near Mariners Road, Blundellsands, at the home of Antony Gormley's famous Another Place artwork.
The show, which first saw Stephen work with Jodie Comer, tells the story of a young Liverpool policeman who witnesses the murder of his best friend.
Sefton Council's Coast and Countryside team worked closely with the Liverpool Film Office to help organise the filming.
Reds legend Jamie Carragher lives in Crosby and is a regular visitor to Marine AFC matches.
In January, Carragher announced he would sponsor Marine in their FA Cup third-round tie against Tottenham.
He also seems to like a certain Crosby pub.
Speaking on Sky Sports in 2019, the retired Liverpool footballer joked with Virgil van Dijk : "Are you going The Birkey tonight for a pint?"
Birkey owner Neil told the ECHO at the time : "I know Jamie to say hello to from working in the area for over 18 years.
"He's good friends with our regulars and I think he wanted to mention the pub on TV as he looks to support a community the pub is a massive part of."
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