At the James Bond premiere, Kate and William join Charles and Camilla as royals who steal the show.
PRINCE WILLIAM and Kate, Duchess of Cambridge, stole the show at the premiere of James Bond: No Time to Die, where they were joined by Prince Charles and Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge attended the Royal Albert Hall’s red carpet reception with Prince Charles and Camilla tonight. The event, which marked Daniel Craig’s final outing as the famed British spy, saw the two couples dressed to the nines.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge praised the new film on Twitter.
“Wonderful to see @007 back on our huge screens!” Kensington Royal tweeted.
No Time To Die is Daniel Craig’s final Bond film after 15 years in the role.
“It honors the inspired work of the performers, musicians, directors, cinematographers, and everyone else who contributed to the film’s success.”
The Lord Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir Kenneth Olisa, welcomed Charles, Camilla, William, and Kate and introduced them to the film’s producers, Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli.
His son William is president of the British Academy of Film and Television Arts, while the heir to the throne is patron of the British Film Institute (Bafta).
In 2015, William and Kate were joined by Prince Harry for the star-studded international premiere of the latest Bond film, Spectre.
The presence of Charles, Camilla, William, and Kate is likely to be interpreted as a symbol of cooperation and unity between the future king and his eldest son.
It’s great to see @007 back on our televisions! No Time To Die is the 25th Bond film, and Daniel Craig’s final performance in the character after 15 years.
It celebrates the inspiring work of the actors, musicians, directors, cinematographers, and everyone else who contributed to the film’s success. pic.twitter.com/vZJ4s0NMId In 2012, Charles and Camilla attended the international premiere of Skyfall, the 23rd Bond film.
The 25th Bond film, No Time To Die, has been postponed three times since its planned April 2020 release date, due to the epidemic forcing cinema theaters around the world to close their doors and enforce audience size limitations.
Craig’s 15-year run as the suave British secret agent famed for his love of fast cars and sophisticated gadgets comes to an end with the Universal Pictures and MGM film, which wraps up a 15-year run that began with 2006’s Casino Royale.
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