The Skyfall actress and her beau gave us another pleasant surprise as they were caught showing PDA last year while having a romantic dinner together at Roka Japanese restaurant in London. We got the information from one of our sources, who claims to be quite close to the couple.
And now guys, it is time for another flabbergasting news about our favorite Bond girl that is sure to knock some air from your lungs. According to the source, the Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest star and her boyfriend had been planning their wedding for a year now.
She started her career as a child actress, appearing on the children television series Simon and the Witch in 1987.
She played voodoo witch Tia Dalma in the second and third Pirates of the Caribbean films, Selena in 28 Days Later, and Winnie Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom.
He said that they wanted to marry in 2013, but due to Harris’ pretty tight schedule, they could not tie the knot.
And now, it looks as if the couple is all set to ring the wedding bell in the latter half of 2015 or earlier in 2016.“It was Naomie’s idea to get married but due to her busy work schedule the couple could not tie the knot.
In 2012, Harris was the voice-over for the Boss Nuit Pour Femme commercial starring actress Gwyneth Paltrow.
Both her hands were full as she had movies like Skyfall and Mandela to work on,” revealed the insider.“The role of a Bond girl is not something that comes to you every other day.
So when Naomie got the part of Eve Moneypenny, she was determined to do it.
It got a whole lot of the bulls–t out of the way, and I can see clearly where I’m supposed to be focusing.
Now I just have to work on my addictive elements that keep pulling me back into the old patterns.” In the film, Will‘s character faces the tragic loss of his daughter, and in real life, Will‘s father was only given weeks to live before filming started.
The 48-year-old actor the the 40-year-old actress were joined at the event by their co-stars Jacob Latimore, Helen Mirren, Edward Norton, his wife Shauna Robertson, Kylie Rogers, Alyssa Cheatham, Shirley Rumierk, and director David Frankel.