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Meghan and Harry could attend Hollywood Bond premiere, a week after Kate and William attend London

James Bond bosses want Meghan Markle and Prince Harry at Hollywood premiere of new 007’s new film No Time To Die – a week after Kate and Prince William are expected to attend London launch

  • No Time To Die due to premiere in April but pushed back because of coronavirus 
  • Producers hoping to snag the Sussexes as guests of honour for its LA launch
  • William and Kate set to attend London’s screening of film just one week before
  • One source questioned whether clash will put Cambridges off from attending

Producers of the new James Bond film want Meghan Markle and Prince Harry to attend the Los Angeles premiere – a week after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to attend the London launch.

No Time To Die – set to be Daniel Craig’s last film in the Bond franchise – was due to premiere in April but was pushed back to November because of the coronavirus pandemic. 

For its star-studded launch, producers are hoping to snag the Sussexes as guests of honour, reports suggest.

But Prince William and Kate could attend London’s screening of the film just one week before, leading one source to question whether the potential clash will put the Cambridges off from attending at all.

But this would be a week before the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (pictured at the premiere of Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom in 2013) are expected to attend the London launch

Producers of the new James Bond film want Meghan Markle and Prince Harry (pictured at the Lion King premiere in 2019) to attend the Los Angeles premiere – a week after the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge are expected to attend the London launch

The source told The Sun: ‘The team have recently adjusted the release date in the US to put it within a week of the UK’s — so they can have massive premieres in LA and London.

‘For the Hollywood premiere they have signalled they want Harry and Meghan as guests of honour.

‘It poses an interesting question over whether William and Kate will attend the London premiere.’ 

No Time To Die - set to be Daniel Craig's last film in the Bond franchise (a still from the film, pictured) - was due to premiere in April but was pushed back to November because of the coronavirus pandemic

No Time To Die – set to be Daniel Craig’s last film in the Bond franchise (a still from the film, pictured) – was due to premiere in April but was pushed back to November because of the coronavirus pandemic

William and Kate attended the London premiere of the last Bond film Spectre in 2015 with Prince Harry.

In the new film Bond is shown enjoying retirement in Jamaica, having hung up his Walther PPK pistol in favour of a quiet life.

No Time To Die is set five years after the last Bond film, Spectre, which saw the secret agent fall in love with Dr Swann, a French psychologist. 

For its star-studded launch, producers are hoping to snag the Sussexes as guests of honour, reports suggest

But Prince William and Kate could attend London's screening of the film just one week before, leading one source to question whether the potential clash will put the Cambridges off from attending at all

For its star-studded launch, producers are hoping to snag the Sussexes as guests of honour, reports suggest. But Prince William and Kate could attend London’s screening of the film just one week before, leading one source to question whether the potential clash will put the Cambridges off from attending at all

Spectre ends with Bond driving off with her into the sunset in his old Aston Martin DB5.

The insider said: ‘Without giving too much away, the new film is filled with twists.

‘Bond appears to be happy in his new domestic life but then, of course, he gets dragged back in to save the world.’

No Time To Die opens with new Bond villain, Safin, played by Oscar-winner Rami Malek, chasing a girl across an ice-covered lake in Norway.

Read more at DailyMail.co.uk


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