In Londonthe night beforethe debutscreening of the newJames Bond film.
Outof the new film“James Bond”–always an eventtrulycosmic scale! I was no exceptionandthe long-awaitedpremiere of “Spectrum”, which was held yesterdayin London.
Onthe red carpetdebutshowtwenty-fourth onetapeofthe most famousBritishspecial agentof all time–James Bond– have beennot onlyMonica Bellucci, Daniel Craig, Léa Seydouxand otheractors who playedin“spectrum”, but alsomembers of the royalfamily –Duchess of CambridgeKate Middleton, Prince Harry, Prince William.
As befits arepresentative ofthe royal family, Kate Middletonlookedamazing: it was decorated withdelicate andlight dressof light blue color. EarringsDuchess of Cambridge, smile premiereguestsand photographers, in harmonywith a brilliantbelt, deftly caught heroutfit.
Notoverloadingthe image, the wife of Prince Williamrefusednecklacesandhair tiedina pony.
The film “Spectrum”, which became the twenty-fourth in a row on the tape Bond appreciated Kate Middleton and Prince Harry and William
The Duchess of Cambridge looked simply amazing!
The protagonist of the evening, actor Daniel Craig, who played James Bond for the fourth time
British singer Sam Smith, who was the author of the main musical theme of “Spectrum” (Song Writing’s on the Wall)
Actress Monica Bellucci, who played, as she put it in an interview, not a “Bond girl” and “woman Bond,” for the premiere wearing luxurious dark dress with a plunging neckline
Craig, Bellucci and French Lea Seydoux, who also played in the new film “James Bond”
82-year-old actress and writer Joan Collins in elegant black dress
Australian singer Natalie Imbruglia was wearing a dress with sleeves nonstandard
Appreciated the picture and the famous British actor Ralph Fiennes
Another actor who has played in “Spectrum” one of the main roles – Ben Whishaw
British actor Martin Freeman, known for roles in TV series “Sherlock” and “Fargo” also was a guest loud premiere
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