Piers Morgan teases James Bond star Daniel Craig saying he 'looked like Austin Powers' at No Time To Die premiere
PIERS Morgan joked James Bond star Daniel Craig looked like Austin Powers at the No Time To Die premiere last night.
For his final London outing as 007, Daniel, 53, wore a velvet magenta suit jacket with a black bow tie and trousers.
It prompted Piers to compare him to Mike Myers' spoof spy in a Twitter put down.
He wrote: "O dear O (7) dear. James Bond would never wear a garish pink suede dinner jacket. You’re supposed to be a steely-eyed assassin with exemplary sartorial taste, Mr Craig…. not an Austin Powers tribute act [thumbs down]."
Brit agent Austin is known for his flamboyant 60s fashion, shaggy hair and bad teeth.
In the trilogy of films, he gets thawed out after being cryogenically frozen so that he can stop his arch nemesis Dr Evil from causing mayhem.
Piers's good pal Gary Lineker reminded him that Daniel isn't actually a spy, and therefore might dress differently to the character he's portrayed for the past 15 years.
The Bond actor left the No Time To Die afterparty at swanky London member's club Annabel's alongside his rarely-seen daughter Ella Loudon, 29.
Ella looked effortlessly chic for the cinematic event in a black suit which she paired with a white silk shirt and Jimmy Choo heels.
The up-and-coming actress complemented the tailored look by sweeping her blonde hair into a sleek bun and sported a dramatic smokey eye.
Following a night of celebrations, the father and daughter were seen jumping into a waiting taxi to take the pair back home.
Craig married to Ella's mother, actress Fiona Loudon, in 1992 – but it wasn't meant to be and the pair divorced in 1994.
The movie star then dated with German actress Heike Makatsch for seven years before calling it quits in 2004.
Daniel was previously engaged to film producer Satsuki Mitchell from 2005 until 2010.
Then in December 2010, the British thespian began dating longtime friend and Oscar-winner Rachel Weisz.
The Dream House co-stars married in June 2011, in a small intimate ceremony in New York City.
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