Everyone knows that James Bond has a taste for the finer things in life. Our favorite spy must have a huge budget to afford expensive wine, fast cars, and suits.
Everyone loves 007, the charming spy played by Daniel Craig in No Time To Die’s latest installment.
People often wonder what it would cost to be Bond in real life.
Menswear retailer Charles Tyrwhitt delved into the daily life of Bond, and worked out how much it would cost to get the complete 007 look.
Not including special gadgets (we assume they’re perks of the job), they revealed that it would cost a whopping £598,038.
His lavish list doesn’t include Primark sweatpants nor Easyjet cheap seats.
£126 bottle of Bollinger
£145 bottle of Macallan 18-Year
£567 suite in the Palazzo Gattini (one night)
£9,450 Omega Seamaster Diver 300M ‘007 Edition’
£235 Vuarnet Legend 06 Sunglasses
£5,900 London to Rome (First Class, of course)
£3,615 custom-made suit
£578,000 Aston Martin Valhalla
We’d hate to see his added car insurance rate and garage bills with all the scrapes he gets into too.
And it’s not just Bond’s shopping list that cost a pretty penny, the new film has been labelled ‘the most expensive Bond film ever’ costing an eye-watering £200 million.