You know you don't have a real licence to kill Daniel Craig looks stuck in 007 character as he leaves Paris hotel
09:16 GMT, 26 October 2012
His James Bond character is known for looking suave and sophisticated on-screen but it seems 007's dapper attire isn't unusual to Daniel Craig.
The actor, 44, was dressed smartly as he left the Georges V hotel in Paris on Thursday before heading to the city's Le Bourget airport.
And Daniel's professional life appears to be merging with his personal side as Daniel's fashion choices could easily match up to those of the fictional spy.
Not shaken or stirred: Daniel Craig looks as cool as fictional British spy James Bond as he leaves the Georges V hotel in Paris on Thursday
Secretive: Daniel looked protective of a large black briefcase which may be similar in style to that of fictional British Secret Service agent James Bond
Hollywood star: Daniel was happy to sign autographs for waiting fans outside his hotel in Paris
Daniel wore a long black raincoat over a navy blue jumper which he matched with a lighter shirt and tie.
The star wore a casual but smart-looking pair of denim jeans which he teamed with a pair of dark brown shoes.
completed the look in true British Secret Service style by carrying a
large black briefcase while he hid behind a pair of cool Aviator shades.
Daniel looked much healthier earlier in
the week – the actor looked both shaken and stirred as he suffered with a cold on the red carpet of
Royal Premiere of his new movie Skyfall in London on Tuesday.
Looking serious: Daniel looks stern and full of concentration as he prepares to fly out of Paris
Jetting off: Daniel looked swarve as he boarded a plane with an accomplice at the Le Bourget airport in Paris
Flustered: Daniel was suffering with a cold when he attended the London premiere of Skyfall
He appeared flustered and patted his sweaty brow with a tissue while a doting aide walked by his side.
However, ever the professional, Daniel greeted his adoring public who had camped out to catch a glimpse of the Hollywood star before he took his seat inside to watch the film.
And Daniel seems excited about the latest installment of the James Bond franchise – he spoke positively at the premiere on Tuesday about the movie's director Sam Mendes.
He said: 'Sam, I knew he was the
right man for the job. He's passionate about film making but he's also
passionate about Bond movies.'
star is also delighted so many fans had turned out to greet him at the
event and is pleased the films are still going strong.
He added: 'The reception is incredible. This is my third Bond premiere and it's the biggest and the best.'
Success: Daniel, seen posing with Skyfall co-stars Berenice Marlohe and Javier Bardem, is pleased with the public interest the movie has already received