Fancy cosying up to a rom-com this Valentine's Day? Well, Notting Hill is an excellent choice starring a charming combination of Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts.

As you might know already, the 1999 film - written by Richard Curtis - sees humble bookshop worker (Grant) who falls for a famous movie star (Roberts) who is in town for a new movie release. It also stars the likes of Hugh Bonneville, Emma Chambers and Rhys Ifans.

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Stream Notting Hill online for free

If you don’t want to pay to watch Notting Hill, then you don’t have to.

Sky's Now TV has Notting Hill available to stream as well as Sky Go if you're a regular Sky Q customer with Sky Cinema.

On Now TV, you'll need a Cinema Pass (priced at £11.99 per month), but there's seven-day free trial for all new customers. You just need to cancel your subscription before your trial ends.

The film is also currently on Netflix to stream if you are a subscriber. If you want to watch in sync with someone in a different house you can use the Netflix Party.

Rent or buy the digital version

You can rent or purchase a digital copy of Notting Hill from multiple different retailers.

Renting starts at just £2.49, and you can currently lease it from Amazon, YouTube, Google Play, iTunes, Sky Store, Chili and Rakuten TV.

Prices to buy start at £4.99 with Amazon being the cheapest.

Buy the DVD

If you have enough time for a physical copy to arrive in the post then buying the DVD is still a great value option, especially if you plan to watch it many times in the future. You can get it for £4.99 from Amazon or around £9 for the Blu-ray.

Rent the DVD for free

There’s also a way to lease the Notting Hill DVD for free. Cinema Paradiso is a DVD rental subscription service which offers a 30-day free trial.