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Wax works of Daniel Craig and Judi Dench unveiled

Wax works of Daniel Craig and Judi Dench have been unveiled in a new 007 setting at Madame Tussauds.

It comes as the new James Bond Skyfall shot to the top of the box office rankings around the world. The film has seen one of the biggest UK openings of all time.

Wax works of Daniel Craig and Judi Dench
Wax works of Daniel Craig, who plays James Bond and Judi Dench was takes on the role of 'M' Credit: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire
Final touches to the wax works of Daniel Craig and Judi Dench
Final touches to the wax works of Daniel Craig and Judi Dench Credit: Sean Dempsey/PA Wire

X Factor contestants arrive for Bond premiere

(Left-right) Christopher Maloney, Kyle Sones, James Arthur Rylan Clark and Jahmene Douglas. Credit: PA Wire
Tulisa Contastavlos with Lucy Spraggan (right), Ella Henderson (2nd right) and Jade Ellis (left). Credit: PA Wire
Union J arrive for the royal world premiere of Skyfall. Credit: PA Wire
District3 pose on the red carpet outside the Royal Albert Hall. Credit: PA Wire

007 given the royal seal of approval

The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall meet James Bond actor Daniel Craig and Dame Judi Dench. Credit: PA Wire

Bond's return to the big screen was given the royal seal of approval as the Prince of Wales arrived to meet the stars and makers of 007's latest outing at the Royal Albert Hall.

Charles, accompanied by the Duchess of Cornwall, asked for proceeds from the screening to benefit charities that support members of the three intelligence agencies - the Secret Intelligence Service (MI6), the Security Service (MI5) and GCHQ.

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Sir Roger Moore at 'Bond on Bond' book signing

Former 007 Sir Roger Moore attended a signing today in London's Oxford Street for his new book "Bond on Bond".

Sir Roger Moore poses with his new book 'Bond on Bond'
Sir Roger Moore poses with his new book 'Bond on Bond' Credit: Nick Ansell/PA Wire

The book takes a look at all the James Bond films, with particular interest paid to Sir Roger's time as Britain's most-famous fictitious super-spy.

Sir Roger Moore at the book signing in London
Sir Roger Moore at the book signing in London Credit: Nick Ansell/PA Wire
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