Prince Williams and Kate Middleton looked stunning on the red carpet at the London premiere of “No Time To Die”, the latest James Bond film to hit theaters.
The Duke of Cambridge donned a traditional black velvet tuxedo while the Duchess of Cambridge turned heads in a beaded Jenny Packham gown with a matching long cape. She accessorized the set with earrings from London-based company O’Nitaa and wore her hair in an intricate bun.
William’s father, Prince Charles, and stepmother Camilla, Duchess of Cornwall, joined the couple at the premiere. She wore a light blue dress with sheer sleeves and beaded embroidery.
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The long-awaited event took place at the Royal Albert Hall in London and the stars of the film also stepped out for the special evening.
“No Time To Die” marks Daniel Craig, 53, the last time he played the British spy and is also the 25th film in the franchise.
Craig played the assassin in five films, starting with “Casino Royale” in 2006. When asked what he thought of saying goodbye to the role, Craig told reporters, “I’m fine. am really good. “
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007 himself stood out in a pink velvet tuxedo. While co-stars Rami Malek, Léa Seydoux, Lashana Lynch, Naomie Harris and Ana de Armas looked flawless.
Seydoux, in Louis Vuitton, plays Bond lover, Dr Madeleine Swann, and Lynch, in Vivienne Westwood, is a new 00 agent who gets his money’s worth.
Seydoux told reporters she was relieved the film finally hits theaters after being delayed for more than a year due to the pandemic. “It’s been such a crazy time for all of us. And now celebrating, you know, with this movie, coming together. And it’s awesome. I’m really happy,” she said.
Harris played Eve Moneypenny in the last two Bond films and de Armas joined the franchise as a new character named Paloma. Meanwhile, Oscar winner Malek is set to play Bond’s latest villain, Safin.
Also on the show were screenwriters Neal Purvis, Robert Wade and Phoebe Waller-Bridge, as well as thematic songwriters / performers Billie Eilish and Finneas O’Connell, and film director Cary Fukunaga.
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Healthcare workers and members of the British armed forces were among the guests at Tuesday’s premiere in thanks for their work during the pandemic.
“No Time To Die” hit theaters in the United States on October 8th.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.