With Queen Elizabeth II engaging in a co-starring role with Daniel Craig, might one assume this is simply a monarch demonstrating how to be a good egg, or have the producers of the Bond films taken product placement to an entirely new level?

Question of the Hour: Can Elizabeth now be considered a Bond Girl?

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  1. michelle gabrielle says:

    HRH is THE Bond Girl, now, of this summer, and quite frankly, has never looked sexier than in her pink summer lace showing off the taut mid-80s bod of today (daresay she’s been working out!), in an upswept do exposing her ears and the nape of her neck; perhaps enjoying a few old Colin Firth period sagas a little more than usual, hmmmmmmm?

  2. Definitely a Bond girl, no way around it

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