A former spy called James Bond has been given a special 007 gravestone after his family discovered he had served under author Ian Fleming - a Naval Commander at the time.
Undercover army veteran James Charles Bond died in 1995, taking his secret past behind him, but thanks to his grandson it is now being uncovered.
Stephen Perry, 52, who lives in Llanelli, trawled through World War Two documents which had previously been guarded under the Official Secrets Act to uncover the truth about his grandad's secret past.
The papers showed former metal worker Mr Bond, from Swansea, was a member of the elite Special Operations Executive (SOE) where he worked on missions under Ian Fleming before he became an author.
He believes his grandfather must have been the inspiration behind the classic spy character.
Greengrocer Stephen, 52, decided to mark the discovery by sprucing up his grandfather's grave - and replacing the headstone with the recognition for Her Majesty's Secret Service.
The headstone now reads James Charles Bond, S.O.E 007, 1906-1995, loving Husband, Father, and Grandfather.
Stephen said his superfit grandad was trained in explosives and firearms as part of his special operations missions.
Fleming, who died in 1964, had claimed James Bond was named after an American ornithologist - saying he wanted a "plain, simple name" for his superspy.
But Stephen suspects it was a "classic red herring" by Fleming to protect his grandad's true identity under the Official Secrets Act.