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‘No Time To Die’ film team gets royal reception with Charles, Camilla, William and Kate

Britain’s Prince Charles and his son Prince William and their wives, Camilla and Kate greeted cast and crew at the delayed world premiere of James Bond film “No Time To Die” on Tuesday (September 28).

The royal foursome arrived at the end of the red carpet and went into the Royal Albert Hall to chat with stars including Daniel Craig and Lashana Lynch, as well as performers and writers of the film’s title song, Finneas and Billie Eilish.

“No Time To Die,” the 25th Bond movie, has been delayed three times since its original April 2020 slot as movie theaters around the world were forced to shut their doors as well as impose audience number restrictions due to the pandemic.

The Universal Pictures and MGM film marks Craig’s fifth and final outing as the suave British secret agent known for his love of fast cars and cool gadgets, wrapping up a 15-year tenure that began with 2006’s “Casino Royale.”

”No Time To Die” begins its cinema rollout this week, it is among the most anticipated movies this autumn.

(Production: Mindy Burrows)

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