Daniel Craig may be known for his suave suits and impressive stunts as MI6 agent, James Bond but his latest suit didn’t go down too well with everybody.
The Wirral-born actor, 53, graced the red carpet at London’s Royal Albert Hall on Tuesday night for the global premiere of his latest and final Bond movie, No Time To Die.
However, his questionable wardrobe choice sparked a conversation on Wednesday’s BBC Breakfast with Jon Kay and Sally Nugent sharing their thoughts.
Discussing Daniel saying “it’s time to move on” Sally added: “It’s time for him to move on, I can’t believe it” but she was left stunned when Jon responded.
“I know, I can’t believe the jacket either, to be honest,” said Jon before Sally added: “You don’t like it, do you?”
Acknowledging Sally, Jon said: “Well, it’s brave… Someone is saying on Twitter is framboise is the official colour.”
“I love it, rose is what I think we decided earlier,” said Sally before Jon interjected: “Somebody is also suggesting it’s rather like that other Daniel’s jacket on Saturday night on Strictly, Mr Daniel Walker.”
Speaking about his final outing as the famous agent, Daniel told ITV News that he had “mixed emotions” before adding: “I just want to celebrate tonight.”
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