No Time To Die Royal world London film premiere red carpet review

Royals, A-listers, healthcare workers and members of the armed forces were joined by the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the world premiere at the Royal Albert Hall in London tonight

Four senior royals joined actor Daniel Craig and cast on the red carpet for James Bond’s long-awaited latest outing.

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It was a very impressive event indeed as Craig told reporters that he is “greatly relieved” that the new 007 film, No Time To Die, is finally going to be shown in cinemas.

At the world premiere in London, the Bond star said: “I am greatly relieved: we make Bond movies for the cinema and we’re here and I couldn’t be happier about that.”

Prince William and Kate at the world premiere in London
(L-R) Cast members Lashana Lynch, Daniel Craig and Lea Seydoux

The 53-year-old star arrived at what is his last premiere as Bond wearing in a dark pink suede dinner jacket over a white shirt and black bow tie.

Several healthcare workers and members of the armed forces were joined by the Prince of Wales, the Duchess of Cornwall, and the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge at the premiere.

Charles, Camilla, William and Kate were on the red carpet, along with Craig and other members of the cast, including Rami Malek, Lea Seydoux and Lashana Lynch, at the Royal Albert Hall.

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British tennis player Emma Raducanu swapped the green grass of Wimbledon for the red carpet

Raducanu, who won the US Open earlier this month, left the practice courts behind to attend the star-studded screening.

Also at the event were screenwriters Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Neal Purvis and Robert Wade, and singer Billie Eilish and her brother Finneas O’Connell, who co-wrote the new Bond theme song, as well as producers Michael G Wilson and Barbara Broccoli and director Cary Joji Fukunaga.

No Time To Die is the 25th Bond film and it will be the final movie featuring Craig as 007.

It has been delayed for more than a year due to the coronavirus pandemic but will be released in UK cinemas on Thursday.

Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall were joined by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge

The world premiere will benefit charities supporting serving and former members of the UK’s three intelligence agencies – the Secret Intelligence Service, the Security Service and GCHQ – as well as charities supporting past and present members of the UK special forces.

No Time To Die sees Bond enjoying a quiet life in Jamaica having left active service when his old friend from the CIA Felix Leiter, played by Jeffrey Wright, turns up and asks for his help.

Cast member Ana de Armas
Fellow cast member Rami Malek was also at the screening
The Prince of Wales speaks to Daniel Craig

A mission to rescue a kidnapped scientist becomes far more treacherous than expected and leads to a mysterious villain armed with dangerous new technology.

Several Bond premieres have taken place at the Royal Albert Hall wheer the red carpet seemed to go on and on!

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Things looked a little different at the biggest premiere London has seen post-pandemic.

Phoebe Waller-Bridge at the Royal Albert Hall in London
Singer Billie Eilish speaks to the media during the world premiere

There was no media scrum – far fewer crews than would usually be accommodated were spaced out with a strict policy of 1.5 metres between them and the cast being interviewed, with everyone off-camera wearing black masks to fit with the black-tie dress code.

Instead of the usual autograph hunters and fans hungrily waiting behind barriers for the stars, NHS workers and the armed forces were invited to attend the red carpet, see the film and meet the cast.

Talking ahead of the premiere, the franchise’s producer Barbara Broccoli stressed that these were the heroes, not just James Bond.

The day had been filled with glorious sunshine that gave way suddenly to greying skies as clouds released their rain forcing media and crew alike to scurry for shelter and cover electrical equipment.

Still, stars of the film including Rami Malik, Lashana Lynch and Naomie Harris braved the very British weather for the premiere alongside Dame Judi Dench (Pictured below)

Dame Judi Dench at the Royal Albert Hall

Daniel Craig, proving that he may not have as fractious a relationship with the press as we have been led to believe, kindly telling us to “stay dry”.

Alongside the star power of the lead actors there was no shortage of excitement with props like cars, motorbikes and a giant silver 007 sitting prominently near the entrance to the Royal Albert Hall.

Giant screens projected clips from the latest film as Bond songs by Sam Smith, Adele and the latest pop star to take the lead – Billie Eilish – played out on speakers.

Celebrity guests including Stormzy and Jason Momoa were among those heading down the red carpet, and will be among the first to see this Bond film – arguably the most anticipated ever thanks to release delays, Craig’s final outing and the secrecy shrouding the movie.

Rory Kinnear attended the screening
Footballer Harry Kane and his wife Katie Goodland at the premiere

No mean feat in a world where script leaks and promo tours mean we usually know what to expect long before we get in front of the big screen.

Tonight may have been a very British goodbye, with the weather refusing to play ball. But with a real sense of occasion and, of course, the royal seal of approval. it was also fittingly glamorous for the Bond who dragged 007 into the 21st century, redefining how we see the franchise.

Afterparty at London club Annabel’s

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