Daniel Craig was able to serve in the Royal Navy after being appointed Honorary Commander

Daniel Craig was able to serve in the Royal Navy after being appointed Honorary Commander

Daniel Craig was able to serve in the Royal Navy after being appointed Honorary Commander

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The 53-year-old James Bond star said he was “honored” to win the title, but is now afraid that he will actually be called.

“The problem is, I think I’ve joined the army. I think there’s a piece of paper with something on it, and there may be a small piece of printed matter on it,” he said.

The award-winning actor, who has played the iconic spy character since 2006, was awarded the prestigious title prior to the premiere of his final Bond movie, No Time to Die.

Sir Tony Radakin, Admiral of the First Sea Lord and Chief of the Royal Navy, confirmed the news in a statement.

He states: “We are delighted to welcome Honorary Commander Daniel Craig to the Royal Navy. Daniel Craig has been Commander Bond for the past 15 years and is known as a Navy officer who keeps Britain safe through missions around the world. That’s true. The Royal Navy uses the same skills and skills as Bond himself, and does it every day. “

It comes when Daniel is preparing to crouch from his most famous role and leaves it behind after a decade and a half.

The actor “reassured” how the movie, which premiered at the Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday (28.09.2021), could be released in the cinema following uncertainty during the pandemic. I told you.