Mr Craig reprises his role as Bond for the fifth and final time in No Time To Die, which premieres at the Royal Albert Hall next Tuesday, before the film’s theatrical release two days later. The film’s cast includes Naomie Harris, who returns as Miss Moneypenny, Christoph Waltz who portrays criminal mastermind Blofeld and Oscar winner Rami Malek, who is the newest Bond villain. No Time To Die is also directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, who wrote and directed Netflix Original Beasts of No Nation, while among the writing team is Fleabag’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge.
The film will see a retired 007 help CIA agent and friend Felix Leiter search for abducted scientist Valdo Obruchev.
Yet, on his search Bond encounters a villain with a plan that could see the death of millions.
Mr Craig’s wife, Ms Weisz revealed on the Graham Norton Show in 2015 that she has Daniel Craig memorabilia after Dawn French joked of her love for the James Bond star.
Ms French quipped: “I’m not sure i can forgive you actually Rachel, because you have come between me and Daniel.
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“I’ve never met Daniel but I decided he would be my husband, and he decided on you.
“So I’m going to forgive you for that, but I’ve got some bitterness.”
Ms Weisz, who in 2006 won the Best Supporting Actress Oscar for her role in The Constant Gardener, then revealed: “Do you know what you can buy? I’ve actually got one.
“[It’s] one of those screen viser things that you put at the top [of your car] and it says ‘Mrs Daniel Craig’”.
Six months after the pair reportedly got together, they married in a secret ceremony in New York in July 2011.
According to MamaMia, the ceremony was so intimate that only four people attended, including the couple’s children from previous relationships.
The couple have a two-year-old daughter together whose name has not been disclosed.
Speaking with More magazine, Ms Weisz explained in 2018 that she wanted her relationship to be as private as possible.
She said: “He’s just too famous ‒ it would be a betrayal. You have to protect your marriage.
“When you’re young you tell your girlfriends everything ‒ one of the great pleasures of not being an adolescent is that you don’t have to share everything.”
Mr Craig told DuJour magazine in 2015 how the couple protected their privacy when encountering fans at the beginning of their relationship.
He said: “There were phones back then, but nobody used the cameras.
“Or, there was a rule, if someone did it, you’d be like, ‘What the f**k are you doing?’
“My wife is the best in the world at that, she’ll just turn to them and go, ‘No, thank you very much,’ and they’re like, ‘Okay’”
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