Daniel Craig receives the same royal award as his famous character James Bond
Daniel Craig He was awarded the Medal of Honor at Windsor Castle on Tuesday, bringing him one step closer to actual transformation into his most iconic character, James Bond.
He was awarded the Order of the Companion of Saint Michael and Saint George for his many contributions to the arts, including his work in film and on the stage.
In addition to playing Bond from 2006 to 2021, Craig starred in films such as “Knives Out,” “The Adventures of Tin Tin,” and “Road to Perdition,” as well as appearing on stage in “Macbeth” and “A Steady Rain.” .”
Princess Anne presented Craig with the medal symbolizing his honor in the first mass honors ceremony since the death of Queen Elizabeth II in September. The inauguration ceremony is a tradition during which members of the royal family present medals to those chosen to be honored that year.
And the official account of the royal family on Twitter published a picture of him at the ceremony, commenting on the photo with one of Bond’s most famous phrases, and wrote: “We were expecting you.”
Craig is set to make his debut in Les Bond – after 2021″no time to die” – With “Onion Glass: Knife Unlocks the Mystery”. The first installment of the 2019 mystery murder thriller, Knives Out, premieres on Netflix in November.
“Glass Onion” is the first Knives Out series to debut on Netflix, in which Craig plays Detective Benoit Blanc. In each movie, Blanc is tasked with solving a different murder, which isn’t always committed by whoever everyone assumes.
This isn’t the first time Craig has linked up with the royal family. In 2012, Craig starred in an advertisement for the London Summer Olympics as James Bond, with The Queen, in which Bond was hired to escort the King to the Olympic arena and ended with the Queen jumping from a helicopter to enter the ring from above.
The Queen’s former assistant, Angela Kelly, released a book in 2019 called The Other Side of the Coin: The Queen, Wardrobe and Wardrobe, in which she discusses queens Reaction to the drawing When she was first called upon to participate in it, Post Queen was very interested and “enjoyed the idea”, wanting a bigger role than was initially offered.
“I asked then if she’d like a speaking part,” Kelly recalled in her book. Her Majesty replied without hesitation: “Of course, I must say something. After all, he is coming to save me.”
The Queen is famous for She has a sense of humorShe often cracks jokes and makes those in her inner circle laugh. In this case, the Queen did not tell her family that she was participating in the announcement, which made her appearance a surprise to them and they got away with watching them interact with her.
Craig was first awarded the Companion of Saint Michael and Saint George by Queen Elizabeth II in January, a way of honoring his role as a legendary spy, as the character has also been given the same honor in films.