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'Bond 25': Prince Charles Is "Considering" A Role In Latest 'James Bond' Movie

Prince Charles visited the set of 'Bond 25' and met up with "007" himself: Daniel Craig.

6. August 2019 - 09:18 Uhr / Sarah Schulz

According to The Sun, Prince Charles was offered a role in the upcoming 25th installment of James Bond. This offer came when he visited the set of the film in London in June and even met Daniel Craig himself. Keep reading for the full story! 

A source close to the production told The Sun that "when he visited the film set a few weeks ago it was discussed. Now he is considering it," about Prince Charles visiting the set of the Bond 25. If Prince Charles has a role in the film, he would be following in his mother's footsteps as Queen Elizabeth II starred in the Danny Boyle-directed parody for the 2012 Olympics where Daniel Craig ("James Bond") retrieves Her Majesty from Buckingham Palace. 

"James Bond" and The Queen London 2012 Performance

According to the source, "fans loved the buzz around the Queen's appearance alongside Daniel Craig and think Charles could top even that. He is the epitome of everything British, perfect for a cameo role and Bond fans worldwide would absolutely love it."

"M" meets His Royal Highness. Actor Ralph Fiennes and director Cary Joji Fukunaga greet Prince Charles.

"M" meets His Royal Highness. Actor Ralph Fiennes and director Cary Joji Fukunaga greet Prince Charles.

Prince Charles would be great in Bond 25

Filming and production for Bond 25 has had its fair share of obstacles to overcome. Daniel Craig sustained an injury to his ankle while filming the new movie as well as director Boyle left the project due to creative differences. With Prince Charles paying a visit to set and getting on so well with everything, we can't think of a better fit for a cameo in the new film. 

Other actors set to appear in Bond 25 are Rami Malek, Naomie Harris and Ralph Fiennes. The movie is set to hit theatres April 3rd, 2020.