It seems that 007 has finally found his partner, in the form of a small baby of six weeks.
The new daughter of Daniel Craig has been successful where innumerable Bond villains have failed, leaving the star clearly agitated and moved.
The actor was seen at New York's JFK airport last week cradling her gently against his chest. But if his exhausted look is something to happen, being a loving father is proving to be even more difficult than saving Specter's world.
The actor, 50, was spotted at JFK airport in New York last week with a disheveled appearance
With a flat cap and raised jeans, the 50-year-old man struggled through security with his baby, looking much haggard than his secret agent image.
The images appear after Mail on Sunday columnist Piers Morgan sparked a controversy when he suggested that Craig had become "emasculated" after he imagined him with his daughter, whose name had not yet been publicly revealed, in a papoose. "Oh 007 … are not you too?", He wrote on Twitter.
Craig, who will receive a £ 20 million prize to star in the 25th Bond film next year, became a father for the second time when his seven-year-old wife, actress Rachel Weisz, gave birth last month.
Craig, photographed with his daughter, will receive a £ 20 million prize to star in the 25th Bond film next year
Sleepless nights seem to be affecting the 007 star and the new dad
He already has a 26-year-old daughter, Ella, from his first marriage to actress Fiona Loudon, while Weisz also has his 11-year-old son Henry, from his relationship with Hollywood film director Darren Aronofsky, whose credits They include Black Swan and The Wrestler.
At age 48, Weisz joins Halle Berry, 46, and Janet Jackson, 50, to have a baby later in life.
When she announced her pregnancy in April, she said: "Daniel and I are very happy, we are going to have a bit of humanity, we can not wait to meet him, it's a mystery."
A promotional image for the 007 movie with Daniel Craig that looks much more familiar to fans