They were in Her Majesty’s Secret Service.
A husband of 007 remembered Queen Elizabeth after her death on Thursday at the age of 96.
Actor Daniel Craig, who played James Bond in five films from 2006 to 2021, made a statement to the Palestinian News Agency.
“I, like many, were deeply saddened by today’s news and my thoughts with the royal family, those she loved and everyone who loved her,” Craig said. “It leaves an incomparable legacy that will be sorely missed.”
Craig performed a sketch with Queen Elizabeth for the 2012 Olympics.
It featured Craig, who portrays Bond, walking past Queen Elizabeth’s famous and adorable dogs before taking a helicopter to the London Olympics site.
Pierce Brosnan, who played an MI6 agent in four films from 1995-2002, published about Her Majesty on instagram.
“Rest in peace, Your Majesty,” said the actor. “It was an honor to serve you.”
Sir Sean Connery, the original James Bond film, was knighted by the Queen in 2000. Sir Roger Moore, who starred in seven Bond films, was knighted in 2003 for his charitable work, having been a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador since 1991.
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