Friday, 23 October 2015

Spectre star Naomie Harris insists her youthful looks are down to her 'black genes'

Spectre star Naomie Harris insists her youthful looks are down to her 'black genes'

SHE may not look a day over 30 but Naomie Harris is steadily creeping into her 40s and speaking to Lorraine Kelly today, the actress revealed the secret behind her youthful looks.

Naomie Harris on Lorraine ITV
Naomie Harris says her youthful looks are down to her 'black genes'
Sadly, it can't be bottled and it can't be bought in Boots: "It's the black genes," she joked after the Scottish TV legend gasped: "You look like a child."
Naomie was promoting the next instalment of James Bond, Spectre, where she stars as the delectable Miss Moneypenny for a second time.
But don't call her a Bond girl. "We're Bond women," the radiant actress declared.
"We're definitely Bond Women with Monica Bellucci in her 50s and I'm nearly 40 - I think we deserve the title Bond Women."
Naomie with her Bond WomenGetty
Naomie insists she's not a Bond Girl but a Bond Woman

But more than their age, these 'Bond Women' are a real force to be reckoned with, as Naomie added: "It's about the strength that we offer and we contribute to the plot in our own way."
The British starlet also gushed over her "Bond family" and explained why she loves returning to the franchise so much.

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The cast of Spectre arrived a their first photo call in London yesterday
When Lorraine asked what her favourite part of being in the James Bond series was, Naomie replied: "I think being part of a family because most of the time, as an actress, you're on your own and you're travelling the world. You never develop these relationships and the best thing is coming back to the same faces and it's people that I really, really love."
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The starlet praised her 'Bond Family'
As well as her cast crew, Naomie revealed she'll be travelling with over 30 dresses when the Spectre promotional world tour kicks off this Tuesday.
Spectre arrives in cinemas nationwide on October 26.

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