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Rami Malek shares Prince William's reaction to No Time To Die

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Rami Malek has opened up about what it was like to sit behind Prince William at the No Time To Die premiere, which took place last week. High-profile celebrities were in attendance at the Royal Albert Hall in London on Tuesday, September 28, for the new James Bond movie, that Billie Eilish performed the theme song for. Rami just happened to be seated near the Prince and was even able to catch a glimpse at his reaction to the Hollywood blockbuster.

In conversation with E! News on Monday, October 4, Hollywood actor, Rami, opened up about what it was like to meet the British Royal Family, saying, "Meeting the royals of course, it was rad. I have to say that."

Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images
Photo credit: Karwai Tang - Getty Images


The American actor, who portrayed Freddie Mercury in the box office hit Bohemian Rhapsody, then said, "I met William, Prince William, Your Royal Highness Prince William, Princess Kate and Prince Charles of course at the BAFTAs and to see them again, it was fun, like meeting old friends actually."

He then gave a glimpse into what William thought of the new James Bond movie that is currently taking the world by storm, and it looks as though it was a thumbs up from the prince.

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Photo credit: Marc Atkins - Getty Images

Revealing that he was sat near Prince William and his wife Duchess Kate, he said, "I sat right behind them in the royal box. I was watching Prince William's reaction. You can see a lot from what someone's body language was doing. I think they loved the film. That was the impression I got."

This comes as Prince William and Sir David Attenborough have teamed up for a new BBC documentary. The Prince founded the Earthshot Prize, and each year for the next 10 years, the initiate will awarding five projects that will have a positive impact on the plant £1 million each.

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