'Skyfall' Throws Star-Studded Premiere With Royal Family in U.K.

Daniel Craig, Berenice Marlohe

Aside from Daniel Craig and the other cast members of the latest James Bond film, the special screening event is supported by Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Bowles.
"Skyfall" has thrown a star-studded premiere in London on Tuesday night, October 23. Taking place at the Royal Albert Hall, the special screening event was packed with the all-star cast ensemble of the James Bond film and a host of A-list celebrity guests. Not only that, the promotional occasion was also attended by members of British royal family.

Lead actor Daniel Craig looked very sleek in his tailored Tom Ford tux. He was accompanied by his gorgeous wife Rachel Weisz who looked stunning in a soft pink backless gown. Finishing off her elegant look, the Oscar-winning actress arranged her brown hair into a neat chignon and brought along a silver miniaudiere.

Also stealing the show on the evening were Bond ladies Berenice Marlohe and Naomie Harris. The Severine depicter became the belle of the ball with her daring red ball gown that exposed her sexy curve. She paired the classy ensemble with smokey-eye makeup and minimalist jewelery. The Eve depicter, meanwhile, looked eye-catchy in a skin-tight blue sequined dress under a sheer black covering.

Damme Judi Dench was also on hand to support the premiere night. The actress who plays Bond superior M kept it simple in a white long dress and a clutch bag that matched her silver hair. Javier Bardem, Ralph Fiennes and Ben Whishaw were among the other male cast members spotted at the event, oozing masculinity in their dapper formal suits.

The U.K. premiere of "Skyfall" was also made special by the appearance of Prince Charles and his wife Camilla Bowles. The father of Prince William and Prince Harry was all smiles as he posed for the cameramen with his leading lady, who looked very elegant in a purple suede gown. They were warmly welcomed by Craig and his wife, along with Dench.

"Skyfall" will open wide in the United States next month on November 9. Directed by Sam Mendes, the film will find Bond as his loyalty to M is tested when her past comes back to haunt her. As MI6 comes under attack, 007 must track down and destroy the threat, no matter how personal the cost.

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