Former Wales international rugby union player Mike Phillips recently came to Pembrokeshire as part of his book tour after bringing out his autobiography.

The book, 'Half Truths,' was published on Thursday, October 21, with Swansea being the first destination of his tour.

However, yesterday (Wednesday, October 27), Phillips came to Pembrokeshire, signing copies of his book at Victoria Bookshop in Haverfordwest.

Phillips, a former pupil of Whitland School, went on to achieve 94 caps for Wales, becoming the most capped scrum-half in the country's history.

In his international career, he scored nine tries for Wales, including a historic try away at Twickenham against England in 2008 as Wales won 26-19.

In his club career, Llanelli Scarlets, Cardiff Blues, Ospreys, Bayonne, Racing 92 and Sale Sharks across more than 15 years.

He was also capped five times for the British and Irish Lions in 2009 and 2013.

He spent an hour in Haverfordwest, signing books between 3pm and 4pm on the Wednesday afternoon.