Bond premiere: The Royals had so much fun with 007 star Daniel Craig

Bond premiere
That’s how much fun the Royals had with 007 star Daniel Craig

Duchess Kate in conversation with Daniel Craig.

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“No Time to Die” is Daniel Craig’s departure as James Bond. At the premiere, the Royals celebrated their last 007 appearance.

It will be his last appearance as James Bond. Nevertheless, Daniel Craig (53) apparently had a lot of fun at the premiere of “No Time to Die”. The actor, in a pink velvet dinner jacket and black pants, seems to have especially enjoyed the conversations with the royals present.

At the film premiere were Duchess Kate (39), Prince William (39), Prince Charles (72) and Duchess Camilla (74). For Kate there should have been a compliment from Daniel Craig for her gold-glittering floor-length robe by designer Jenny Packham, like the British Daily Mail reported. “You look lovely!” He is said to have told her inside London’s Royal Albert Hall. The Duchess of Cambridge also seemed to have amused herself well, photos show her laughing while chatting with the actor.

Royals chat with the movie stars

Craig also exchanged ideas with Prince Charles and William at the premiere. Camilla, wearing a light blue Bruce Oldfield dress, was also seen chatting with the Bond actor. Other stars of the new 007 film that the Royals spoke to were, according to media reports, scriptwriters Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, among others. The members of the royal family also chatted with Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O’Connell, who are behind the new Bond song, as well as with actresses Lashana Lynch, Ana de Armas and Léa Seydoux.

The royals then thanked Instagram for the beautiful evening. Both on the account of William and Kate, as well as with Charles and Camilla you can see pictures of the evening. “Congratulations to the entire cast and crew on a spectacular 25th installment of one of the most successful and longest running franchises of all time,” is what the heir to the throne says.


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