As James Bond has become an actor Daniel Craig (54) from 2006 to 2021 for a total of 15 years long been on Her Majesty's secret mission . His most memorable moment with Queen Elizabeth II. (1926-2022), the Brit experienced at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London how he death of the monarch has now once again asserted according to the 'Daily Mail'. It was 'an incredible thing' to have been in front of the camera with Elizabeth II, said Craig at the current Toronto Film Festival. 'We will their kind never see him again,' the star is certain.
In 2012, Craig made an entertaining feature film with the Queen for the sporting event's opening ceremony, directed by director Danny Boyle (65). In the short sketch, Craig first had to climb over the royal corgis in Buckingham Palace, the monarch also let him wait a few moments before she turned to him with a 'Good evening, Mister Bond'. Together they then took a helicopter to London's Olympic Stadium, where they (or rather, their stunt doubles) eventually parachuted in.
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'To have been alive during her reign is very special,' continued Craig, who was 'very saddened' by the Queen's passing. Also in direction of the new king he sent a few words from Canada: 'Good luck to Charles, really.'
The star is currently in Toronto to present his new movie Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. It is the sequel to the hugely successful whodunit crime thriller Knives Out from 2019.
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