Daniel Craig as respected James Bond, the fictional British spy actor starred in five films. On Tuesday morning, Princess Anne honored the 54-year-old star with the Order of St Michael and St George, a British order of chivalry established in 1818. This is in recognition of the fictional 007 character created by Ian Fleming.
The Royal Family’s official Twitter account shared a picture from the ceremony at Windsor Castle. “We are expecting you…” the tweet read.
“The Princess Royal presents Daniel Craig with The Order of St Michael and St George – the same honor held by his character James Bond – in recognition of his outstanding contributions to film and theatre.” In his novels, Fleming noted that Bond received distinction in From Russia with Love and On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
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The Princess Royal presented Daniel Craig with The Order of St Michael and St George – the same honor held by his character James Bond – for his outstanding contributions to film and theatre. pic.twitter.com/X20TP6BogL
— the royal family (@RoyalFamily) 18 October 2022
In 2021, Craig was appointed Honorary Commander in the UK Royal Navy. Bond was also a member of the Royal Navy.
The actor replaced Pierce Brosnan in the role of Bond, who made his debut with the 2006 film Casino Royale. His last appearance as a benign MI6 agent was last year no time to die,
Craig will next reprise his role of Detective Benoit Blanc in Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery.