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Fans queue to meet Giovanna and Tom Fletcher at book signing in Norwich

Fans queue in Norwich for Giovanna and Tom Fletcher book signing. Picture Geraldine Scott.

Fans queue in Norwich for Giovanna and Tom Fletcher book signing. Picture Geraldine Scott.

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Excited fans queued outside a Norwich shop today for their chance to meet best selling authors Giovanna and Tom Fletcher at a book signing.

Tom Fletcher and wife Giovanna Fletcher Photo: PATom Fletcher and wife Giovanna Fletcher Photo: PA

Queues snaked around Jarrolds as fans waited for their turn to meet novelist Giovanna and her husband, McFly star and The Christmasaurus creator, Tom Fletcher.

The pair have come together to write a young adult trilogy. The first novel in the series, Eve of Man, is described by Penguin as “an unconventional love story” set in a dystopian world and follows Eve, the first female born in fifty years, who at only 16 has the future of humanity in her hands.

And the lucky fans who met the pair had nothing but praise for them on social media.

@EmmaMorgan2014 tweeted: “Could have stood talking to @TomFletcher and @MrsGiFletcher for hours in @JarroldsNorwich - just so lovely and normal! Even asked about baby Esther who at 3 weeks young has met her first celebs.”

@janetkemp11 wrote: “Lovely meeting @TomFletcher & @MrsGiFletcher in Norwich today, thank you so much, now to start reading!”

And Ellie Bob said: “So Tom and Gi are completely lovely and meeting them felt like fulfilling five year old Ellie’s biggest dreams (even though @TomFletcher said that made him feel old).”

As part of McFly, Tom has seven UK number ones and two number on albums. He also has over half a million subscribers on YouTube and the speech at his wedding to Giovanna has been viewed more than 19 million times.


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