The British prince Charles (70) visited the set of the 25th James Bond film, and got on very well with protagonist Daniel Craig (51).
Today Charles went to Pinewood Studios in Iver Heath, England. There he visited the local part of the James Bond set. Part of the film was also shot in Jamaica. Charles was invited because he is the godfather of the British Film Institute.
Charles and the current James Bond, Daniel Craig, were two hands on one stomach, according to witnesses. “He was enjoying himself all day,” said the journalists present. “The smile could not be beaten.” The actor and the British heir to the throne were mainly talking about the many, expensive cars that were on the set. There were even some specimens on display for the prince. The highlight of that tour was the Aston Martin DB5, where the two men got stuck for a while. Whether Charles was also offered a Martini – shaken, not stirred – is not known.
In addition to Craig, Prince Charles also met the rest of the cast and crew. He talked to actress Naomi Harris (42) and visited part of the set with Ralph Fiennes (56) and director Cary Joji Fukunaga (41).
Daniel Craig looked surprisingly good, as he was only operated on his ankle after being injured on the foreign set.