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Over the years, countless celebrities have made their way through Liverpool John Lennon Airport for a number of reasons, from quiet family getaways to football matches and celebrity events. Famous faces including Coleen Rooney, Mario Balotelli, Liverpool FC and Everton FC stars, and even mysterious celebs like Uri Geller have passed through LJLA.

Take a look at some of our favourite celebrity spots:

Yoko Ono, widow of John Lennon

Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool FC manager

Ken Dodd, comedian

Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge

JLS, former British boyband

Former Liverpool FC manager, Rafael Benitez, and former Liverpool FC player, Steven Gerrard

Sylvester Stallone, aka Rocky Balboa.

and finally the most famous of them all Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

Have you ever spotted anyone famous when you were at Liverpool Airport? Did you manage to take a photo, or even speak to them? Either way, let us know on Twitter or Facebook.

 

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