Wednesday 28 September 2022 08:50 PM Saskia Connery and Miss Moneypenny actress Samantha Bond look glamorous at ... trends now

Wednesday 28 September 2022 08:50 PM Saskia Connery and Miss Moneypenny actress Samantha Bond look glamorous at ... trends now
Wednesday 28 September 2022 08:50 PM Saskia Connery and Miss Moneypenny actress Samantha Bond look glamorous at ... trends now

Wednesday 28 September 2022 08:50 PM Saskia Connery and Miss Moneypenny actress Samantha Bond look glamorous at ... trends now

Sean Connery's granddaughter Saskia and Miss Moneypenny actress Samantha Bond looked glamorous as they led the way at the star-studded Sixty Years Of James Bond charity auction hosted by EON Productions and Christie's in London on Wednesday.

Saskia - whose late grandfather Sean was the first actor to play James Bond in the movies, starring in seven Bond films from 1962 to 1983 - looked glamorous as she arrived at the event, wearing a black jacket which she teamed with a pair of matching leggings and a ruffled white shirt.

Screen star Samantha, 60 - who portrayed the character of Miss Moneypenny in four Bond films during the Pierce Brosnan years between 1995 and 2002 - wore a chic black and white floral print dress and a white jacket.

Glamour pusses: Sean Connery's granddaughter Saskia looked glamorous as she led the way at the star-studded Sixty Years Of James Bond charity auction in London on Wednesday

She was joined by Miss Moneypenny actress Samantha Bond

Glamour pusses: Sean Connery's granddaughter Saskia (left) and Miss Moneypenny actress Samantha Bond (right) looked glamorous as they led the way at the star-studded Sixty Years Of James Bond charity auction in London on Wednesday

Samantha - who starred in 1995's GoldenEye, 1997's Tommorrow Never Dies, 1999's The World Is Not Enough and Die Another Day in 2002 - completed her look by opting for a pair of black heels to add a few inches to her stature.

She opted for a palette of natural hues for her make-up and accessorised a delicate gold chain necklace and subtle pendulum earrings.

Saskia's grandfather Sean died at the age of 90 after a long illness in 2020, with the legendary actor appearing in Dr. No in 1962, From Russia with Love in 1963, Goldfinger in 1964, Thunderball in 1965, You Only Live Twice in 1967, Diamonds Are Forever in 1971 before making his final appearance in Never Say Never Again in 1983.

In style: Screen star Samantha, 60 - who portrayed the character of Miss Moneypenny in four Bond films during the Pierce Brosnan years between 1995 and 2002 - wore a chic black and white floral print dress and a white jacket

In style: Screen star Samantha, 60 - who portrayed the character of Miss Moneypenny in four Bond films during the Pierce Brosnan years between 1995 and 2002 - wore a chic black and white floral print dress and a white jacket

In the detail: She opted for a palette of natural hues for her make-up and accessorised a delicate gold chain necklace and subtle pendulum earrings

In the detail: She opted for a palette of natural hues for her make-up and accessorised a delicate gold chain necklace and subtle pendulum earrings

Fashion focus: Saskia wore a black neck tie for the evening to match her edgy black clutch purse with silver studs

She went for a glamorous look with her make-up, including a bold red lip

Fashion focus: Saskia wore a black neck tie for the evening to match her edgy black clutch purse with silver studs and went for a glamorous look with her make-up, including a bold red lip

Saskia wore a black neck tie for the evening to match her edgy black clutch purse with silver studs.

She boosted her height by wearing a pair of black heels and went for a glamorous look with her make-up, including a bold red lip.

James Bond's DB5 Aston Martin is up for auction.

The specially built stunt car driven by Daniel Craig in the James Bond film No Time To Die could is set fetch up to £2 million in an auction to commemorate the 60th anniversary of James Bond.

A Tom Ford two-piece dinner suit worn by the actor is also going under the hammer. 

Going once: James Bond's DB5 Aston Martin is up for auction. Christie's will hold the official two-part charity sale on Wednesday September 28. Craig pictured in the car in No Time To Die

Going once: James Bond's DB5 Aston Martin is up for auction. Christie's will hold the official two-part charity sale on Wednesday September 28. Craig pictured in the car in No Time To Die

Christie's auction house in London will hold the official two-part charity sale on Wednesday September 28. 

The silver birch Aston Martin is the only DB5 stunt car from the film to be sold to the public.

It is estimated to be bought for between £1,500,000 and £2,000,000. 

The proceeds will go to The Prince's Trust in its work with young people; The Prince of Wales's Charitable Fund in support of charities assisting serving and former members of the UK Intelligence Agencies; and three charities supporting serving and former members of the UK Special Forces.

Bargain! The car driven by Daniel Craig in the James Bond film No Time To Die could is set fetch up to £2 million in an auction to commemorate the 60th anniversary of James Bond

Bargain! The car driven by Daniel Craig in the James Bond film No Time To Die could is set fetch up to £2 million in an auction to commemorate the 60th anniversary of James Bond

Movie magic: The car was also seen in 2006 Bond film Casino Royale, with Daniel seen here in the driving seat alongside Caterina Murino who played Solange Dimitrios

Movie magic: The car was also seen in 2006 Bond film Casino Royale, with Daniel seen here in the driving seat alongside Caterina Murino who played Solange Dimitrios

High tech: The Aston Martin is fitted with 'Q Branch' modifications, with the headlights moving down to reveal guns at the front

High tech: The Aston Martin is fitted with 'Q Branch' modifications, with the headlights moving down to reveal guns at the front

Pristine: The car was in tip top shape ahead of the auction, with the chrome detailing glistening in the light

Pristine: The car was in tip top shape ahead of the auction, with the chrome detailing glistening in the light

Specially equipped: The car is fitted with racing seats and metal bars inside to ensure the safety of the driver and passenger

Specially equipped: The car is fitted with racing seats and metal bars inside to ensure the safety of the driver and passenger

With love: The staff at the auction house took great care to keep the care safe and clean before the sale

With love: The staff at the auction house took great care to keep the care safe and clean before the sale

Perfect sheen: The car was polished into perfect condition ahead of the sale in a bid to raise the most amount of money for charity

Perfect sheen: The car was polished into perfect condition ahead of the sale in a bid to raise the most amount of money for charity

Bond's wheels: Producer Michael G. Wilson and Associate Producer Gregg Wilson seen with a silver birch Aston Martin DB5 stunt car, one of eight stunt replicas built for the film. This is the only DB5 stunt car from No Time To Die to be released for public sale

Bond's wheels: Producer

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