Mr and Mrs Bond: Daniel Craig supports wife Rachel Weisz as she wows in strapless thigh slashed gown at Bourne premiere
09:47 GMT, 31 July 2012
He had a starring role alongside Queen Elizabeth II in the London 2012 Olympic Games opening ceremony last week.
But Daniel Craig has proved the queen of his heart is still his stunning wife, Rachel Weisz.
The James Bond star rushed to the side of the brunette actress as she took to the red carpet last night to promote her new film, The Bourne Legacy, at the Ziegfeld Theater in New York City.
Queen of his heart: Daniel Craig jetted in the New York City following his starring role in the London 2012 Olympic Games Opening Ceremony on Friday
Supportive: Despite having hobnobbed with Queen Elizabeth II in recent weeks, Daniel proved Rachel is still his leading lady
Clasping her hand tightly, the 44-year-old hunk looked every inch the romantic hero as he guided his wife out of the Four Seasons hotel following the star-studded premiere.
Although she played it somewhat safe in a black strapless gown, even the harshest of critics couldn't brush off Rachel's gown as anything short of stunning.
Bourne this way: Rachel Weisz looks radiant at The Bourne Legacy premiere in New York
Striking: Rachel played it safe in a black gown, but pulled it off effortlessly with grace
Quirky: Rachel finished off her stunning look with a pair of unusual bow detail stilettos
Oozing sex appeal and confidence, yet
elegance too, the 42-year-old slipped her petite frame into the
strapless dress, complete with a cheeky thigh-slash on the right side.
The pretty Londoner added a burst of colour with red toe nails and matching dramatic lipstick, and wore a pair of unusual bow detail stilettos on her feet.
Rachel, who married Daniel last summer following a whirlwind romance after her split from director Darren Aronofsky, takes centre stage in the fourth offering from the Bourne franchise.
Leading man: Jeremy Renner looked dapper in a theatrical black suit and blue tie
Playing it safe: Rene Russo also wore black, while Edward Norton scrubbed up well too
Playful: Rachel put a finger to her lips as if to tell the photographers to stop being so noisy
With Jeremy Renner replacing Matt Damon as the hero, Weisz steps in to play the leading Marta Shearling.
Having been doing the promotional rounds for the film, it seems Rachel has started to open up about her marriage.
Speaking to the Sunday Times magazine, Rachel revealed: ''In my twenties I never imagined I would marry or be a mother. I think some young women imagine their wedding dress…
'I just didn't have it because I was unmarriable in a Jane Austen kind of a way.'
Enjoying their moment: Oscar Isaac and Dennis Boutsikaris pose on the red carpet at the Ziegfeld Theatre
Saying it with a smile: Stacy Keach prove it's not just the younger generation who love the camera
Co-stars: Rachel and Jeremy have taken the baton from Matt Damon
Weisz also said Craig had bought her a 1978 Jaguar convertible on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.
The actress was joined by co-stars Jeremy Renner – who looked dashing in a theatrical black suit and blue tie – Edward Norton, Oscar Isaac, Stacy Keach and Dennis Boutsikaris, who flew the flag for the boys, while Rene Russo supported Rachel in the ladies camp.
Up close and personal: Rachel and Jeremy share a tender moment on screen in The Bourne Legacy