Prince William, Kate Middleton and Rami Malek attended the London premiere for "No Time to Die." Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP; Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP
Rami Malek stated that he was with Prince William and Kate Middleton during the premiere of "No Time to Die".
Malek said to E! E! reported that Malek was "watching Prince William's reaction" during filming.
He said, "You can see a lot by what someone's body is doing." They loved the movie.
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Rami Malek, the star of "No Time to Die", reflected on being so close to Prince William (and Kate Middleton) at the London premiere for the latest James Bond film.
"Meeting with the royals was, of course it was rad. Malek stated that in a virtual interview with E! News' "Daily Pop" was released Monday.
"I met William and Prince William, Your Royal Hness Prince William, Princess Kate and Prince Charles at the BAFTAs. It was great to see them again. It was like meeting old friends."
Malek, who plays the role of the villain Safin in the film, said that he "sat right beside them in the royal boxes."
He continued, "I was watching Prince William’s reaction." "You can tell a lot by what someone's body language is doing. They loved the film. This was my impression.
Prince William and Rami Malek speaking at the UK premiere "No Time to Die" in September 2021. Chris Jackson/Pool Photo via AP
Royals and Oscar-winning star of "Bohemian Rhapsody," the Oscar-winning film, were among the stars at the world premiere at London's Royal Albert Hall last Tuesday.
Middleton wore a Jenny Packham gold Jenny gown with a cape. It was one of her most bold looks yet. Prince William chose a velvet tuxedo and bow tie. Prince Charles and Camilla joined them.
It was not surprising that the royals attended the premiere, given the fact that family members have been to many James Bond premieres in the past.
Lashana Lynch and Daniel Craig with Lea Seydoux and Cary Joji Fukunaga during the world premiere of "No Time to Die". Jeff Spicer/Getty
The red carpet was attended by Cary Joji Fukunaga, director of "No Time to Die", and other stars such as Ana de Armas Lashana Lynch and La Seydoux.
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Photographs of Billie Eilish (musician) and Finneas O'Connell (musician), were taken at the premiere.
"No Time to Die," picks up where Bond (Craig), has left active service to become a secret agent known under the codename 007. Craig makes his fifth and final appearance in the film as the iconic character. Critics are already praising Craig's performance.
"No Time to Die," which was released in the UK Thursday, is now available in US cinemas.
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