No Time To Die: Emma Raducanu wears silver asymmetrical maxi dress on James Bond premiere red carpet

Emma Raducanu looked ethereal as she made a dazzling arrival at the No Time To Die premiere on Tuesday in London.

The 18-year-old tennis player was the picture of elegance in a dazzling silver maxi dress during her latest red carpet debut following a Met Gala appearance.

The asymmetrical number featured a neck strap along with a coordinating string belt, which highlighted her toned waist.

Wow! Emma Raducanu looked ethereal as she made a dazzling arrival at the No Time To Die premiere on Tuesday in London

Wow! Emma Raducanu looked ethereal as she made a dazzling arrival at the No Time To Die premiere on Tuesday in London

Wow! Emma Raducanu looked ethereal as she made a dazzling arrival at the No Time To Die premiere on Tuesday in London

Fashion forward: The 18-year-old tennis player, who is the current British number-one in her field, was the picture of elegance in a dazzling silver maxi dress

Fashion forward: The 18-year-old tennis player, who is the current British number-one in her field, was the picture of elegance in a dazzling silver maxi dress

Looking good: The asymmetrical number featured a neck strap along with a coordinating string belt, which highlighted her toned waist

Looking good: The asymmetrical number featured a neck strap along with a coordinating string belt, which highlighted her toned waist

Fashion forward: The 18-year-old tennis player, who is the current British number-one in her field, was the picture of elegance in a dazzling silver maxi dress

Emma, who is the current British number-one in her field, shot a beaming smile for the flurry of photographers while wearing a collection of diamonds ring and a bracelet from Tiffany & Co.

Her gorgeous dark brown locks cascaded behind her shoulders from a sleek middle parting and she enhanced her natural beauty with a minimum amount of makeup. 

Ahead of the red carpet event, fans gathered at the Royal Albert Hall to catch a glimpse of James Bond’s Aston Martin as it made its way to the red carpet.

Happy: Emma shot a beaming smile for the flurry of photographers while wearing a collection of diamond rings and a tennis bracelet by Tiffany & Co.

Happy: Emma shot a beaming smile for the flurry of photographers while wearing a collection of diamond rings and a tennis bracelet by Tiffany & Co.

Happy: Emma shot a beaming smile for the flurry of photographers while wearing a collection of diamond rings and a tennis bracelet by Tiffany & Co.

Beauty: Her gorgeous dark brown locks cascaded behind her shoulders from a sleek middle parting and she enhanced her natural beauty with a minimum amount of makeup

Beauty: Her gorgeous dark brown locks cascaded behind her shoulders from a sleek middle parting and she enhanced her natural beauty with a minimum amount of makeup

Beauty: Her gorgeous dark brown locks cascaded behind her shoulders from a sleek middle parting and she enhanced her natural beauty with a minimum amount of makeup

Centre of attention: Emma certainly looked confident during her latest red carpet debut following a Met Gala appearance

Centre of attention: Emma certainly looked confident during her latest red carpet debut following a Met Gala appearance

Excited: She looked thrilled to be at the star-studded event

Excited: She looked thrilled to be at the star-studded event

Centre of attention: Emma certainly looked confident during her latest red carpet debut following a Met Gala appearance

Wow in white like Emma wearing Dior

Emma Raducanu is on a winning style streak.

Over recent weeks, we’ve seen the tennis champion decked out in several designer labels, including Chanel and Erdem.

For the premiere of No Time To Die, Emma opted for a dress from Dior’s Resort ’22 collection, which was styled by Nicky Yates with Stuart Weitzman heels and lashings of jewels by Tiffany & Co.

Emma’s dress has a Grecian feel thanks to its asymmetric neckline and draped bodice; the skirt falls to the floor with a glamorous sweep.

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Stunning: Her gorgeous dark brown locks cascaded behind her shoulders from a sleek middle parting and she enhanced her natural beauty with a minimum amount of makeup

Stunning: Her gorgeous dark brown locks cascaded behind her shoulders from a sleek middle parting and she enhanced her natural beauty with a minimum amount of makeup

Stunning: Her gorgeous dark brown locks cascaded behind her shoulders from a sleek middle parting and she enhanced her natural beauty with a minimum amount of makeup

Crew members brought the luxury vehicle to the venue in a truck where it was rolled out hours before the star-studded event began. 

The car had bullet holes in the glass and scratches across the sides following Bond’s adventures. 

It has been a long road to the premiere after the film’s release was delayed several times due to the coronavirus pandemic. 

Event: Ahead of the red carpet event, fans gathered at the Royal Albert Hall to catch a glimpse of James Bond's Astin Martin as it made its way to the red carpet

Event: Ahead of the red carpet event, fans gathered at the Royal Albert Hall to catch a glimpse of James Bond's Astin Martin as it made its way to the red carpet

Event: Ahead of the red carpet event, fans gathered at the Royal Albert Hall to catch a glimpse of James Bond’s Astin Martin as it made its way to the red carpet

The film, directed by Cary Joji Fukunaga, was originally scheduled for release in April 2020, but was pushed back to November before the release was changed once again to April 2021 in light of the coronavirus pandemic. 

The release date was finally settled for September 30 in the UK followed by October 8 in the US.

Ahead of the release, Daniel and some of his fellow star cast members joined the Chris Evans Breakfast Show with Sky to talk about the movie.

Fans: Crew members brought the luxury vehicle to the venue in a truck where it was rolled out hours before the star-studded event began

Fans: Crew members brought the luxury vehicle to the venue in a truck where it was rolled out hours before the star-studded event began

Fans: Crew members brought the luxury vehicle to the venue in a truck where it was rolled out hours before the star-studded event began

Daniel, who has appeared in five Bond films over 15 years, told Chris: ‘After the last one, I thought that was it. I thought, ‘I can’t do any more of these’. 

‘I got a bit of a rest and we kind of talked about what we wanted to do with this last movie and how big we wanted to go, and it felt right, and I just got really excited about it, and I can’t wait for people to see it.

‘I saw a rough cut of it about a month after we finished, which is really rough, because there’s no special effects or anything. When you see that version of it, you just hope and pray that it makes sense, and it did. 

‘Once you get the effects, and you get the music, Hans Zimmer’s done the music, and it’s just incredible. The story holds together.’

‘Everyone is just turning in brilliant performances, and I think it’s quite special.’

Action: The car had bullet holes in the glass and scratches across the sides following Bond's adventures

Action: The car had bullet holes in the glass and scratches across the sides following Bond's adventures

Action: The car had bullet holes in the glass and scratches across the sides following Bond’s adventures 

Speaking about the enforced delay to the film’s release due to the pandemic, the actor said: ‘It’s odd enough with a movie, when you’ve finished it, and you put it out and you kind of go, ‘Woah, I hope it’s good.’ 

‘But when there is a two-year gap between finishing it and putting it out, it just makes things even stranger.’ 

On where he was when he first found out he had got the role of Bond: ‘I was in Baltimore doing a movie. And I was in Whole Foods, doing my weekly shop, wandering around with a trolley with food in it, and (producer) Barbara Broccoli was on the phone, and she just went, ‘Over to you kiddo.’ 

‘So I got my trolley and I pushed it quietly down an aisle, walked into the booze section and bought a bottle of vodka and a bottle of vermouth, a glass and a shaker, took it home and drank it, and then went out and sat in a bar and drank about three more vodka martinis.

‘It’s really sad, actually, when you think about it. But, I must have had a sort of look on my face, because the barman kept asking me what was going on, and I said, ‘I can’t tell you!’ 

Release: The release date was finally settled for September 30 in the UK followed by October 8 in the US

Release: The release date was finally settled for September 30 in the UK followed by October 8 in the US

Release: The release date was finally settled for September 30 in the UK followed by October 8 in the US  

Daniel recently addressed the outdated James Bond plotlines of past films in the franchise – such as the idea of glamorous disposable so-called Bond girls.

Speaking to Lorraine Kelly, he said of the spy series – which sees latest movie No Time To Die released this week – that ‘you’ve got to adapt’ with the times.

‘Certainly a lot of what went on in the earlier movies is sort of questionable now… different times, but we didn’t want to lose the essence [in the new film]. It’s still a Bond movie.

‘I’ve been given free range to put my influence on it, but I’ve never forgotten that. We can have all key elements and things people have loved over the years, but you adapt. 

On the franchise, Daniel said: 'Certainly a lot of what went on in the earlier movies is sort of questionable now... different times, but we didn't want to lose the essence [in the new film]. It's still a Bond movie'

On the franchise, Daniel said: 'Certainly a lot of what went on in the earlier movies is sort of questionable now... different times, but we didn't want to lose the essence [in the new film]. It's still a Bond movie'

On the franchise, Daniel said: ‘Certainly a lot of what went on in the earlier movies is sort of questionable now… different times, but we didn’t want to lose the essence [in the new film]. It’s still a Bond movie’

‘One of my biggest things is all the characters, especially the women, have to be brilliant and believable.’

Daniel also told Lorraine about becoming overcome with emotion when he shot his final scene as Bond.

‘Everybody turned up – all the heads of department came down, and I thought ‘Oh God, I have to make a speech, this is my worst nightmare.’ It all just came out, I tried to keep it together.

‘All of those people I go to work with every day, particularly on this movie, the collective effort was so huge and meant so much to me that everyone put that hard work in – that’s what I’ll miss so much.’

Changes: The movie was previously supposed to come out on April 2, however its original release was supposed to be in April 2020 (pictured Daniel Craig)

Changes: The movie was previously supposed to come out on April 2, however its original release was supposed to be in April 2020 (pictured Daniel Craig)

Changes: The movie was previously supposed to come out on April 2, however its original release was supposed to be in April 2020 (pictured Daniel Craig)

No Time To Die is the 25th film in the franchise, and finds Bond after he has left active service and is enjoying a tranquil life in Jamaica when his old friend Felix Leiter, played by Jeffrey Wright, from the CIA turns up asking for help.

Leaving his seemingly happy life with Madeleine (Lea Seydoux), Bond returns to the field to face Safin (Rami Malek) who is armed with a new dangerous technology that could impact the world.

Producer Barbara Broccoli has already teased what fans can expect and said that the movie will deliver a satisfying ending for Daniel’s Bond.

Speaking on the official James Bond podcast, she said: ‘It’s a culmination of everything that his portrayal of the character has been through and it ties up all the storylines. It’s a pretty epic film, I have to say.’

Daniel took over the role of Bond from Pierce Brosnan in Casino Royale in 2006 and went onto appear in Quantum of Solace in 2008, Skyfall in 2012 and Spectre in 2015.

History: Daniel took over the role of Bond from Pierce Brosnan in Casino Royale in 2006 and went onto appear in Quantum of Solace in 2008, Skyfall in 2012 and Spectre in 2015

History: Daniel took over the role of Bond from Pierce Brosnan in Casino Royale in 2006 and went onto appear in Quantum of Solace in 2008, Skyfall in 2012 and Spectre in 2015

History: Daniel took over the role of Bond from Pierce Brosnan in Casino Royale in 2006 and went onto appear in Quantum of Solace in 2008, Skyfall in 2012 and Spectre in 2015  

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