Daniel Craig received a royal send-off as he said farewell to James Bond at the star-studded No Time To Die premiere in London.
The actor was joined by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the glitzy event at the Royal Albert Hall.
Craig, 53, appears as 007 for a final time in No Time To Die, leaving behind a career-defining role he first played in 2006’s Casino Royale.
He made a colourful arrival on his last red carpet as Bond, wearing a dark pink suede dinner jacket over a white shirt and black bow tie.
Kate, 39, cut an elegant figure while accompanying William to the premiere.
She glittered in a gold, beaded Jenny Packham gown, complete with cape. William, also 39, wore a dark tuxedo.
Camilla, 74, wore a light blue dress with a delicate beaded overlay, while Charles, 72, was also in a tuxedo.
Craig was pictured speaking with the royal guests at the premiere.
His co-stars were also in attendance to celebrate his time as Bond.
Lashana Lynch appears in No Time To Die as a secret agent who inherits the 007 title from Craig’s character.
The 33-year-old turned heads in a flowing yellow strapless gown.
Lea Seydoux was another of the film’s stars at the premiere.
The French actress – who plays Madeleine Swann in the franchise – wore a shimmering silver gown complete with a flowing cape.
Cuban-Spanish star Ana de Armas is making her Bond debut in No Time To Die.
The 33-year-old cut a typically glamorous figure in a dark dress with a plunging neckline and thigh-high slit.
Naomie Harris plays Moneypenny.
She wore a low-cut gown for the premiere.
Dame Judi Dench played spy chief M in the Bond franchise, most recently in 2015’s Spectre.
The venerated actress, 86, joined her former co-stars on Tuesday, arriving in a glittering black jacket.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge was drafted in to help with the No Time To Die script.
The Fleabag star and creator wore a glittering black jumpsuit for the premiere.
Former Bond girl Britt Ekland, 78, was another star in attendance.
The Swedish actress – who appeared alongside Sir Roger Moore in 1974’s The Man With The Golden Gun – arrived in a dark outfit.
Pop sensation Billie Eilish was also pictured in London.
The 19-year-old Grammy winner performed the film’s title track.
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