Daniel Craig won’t be leaving his multi-million-pound fortune to his children when he dies

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British actor Daniel Craig, 52, has made an impressive fortune throughout his career, but says, in an interview with “Saga” magazine, that he is not going to leave any legacy to his children.

Craig will be agent 007 until November, when the next movie in the series, “No Time to Die” will be released. The movie was due to appear next month but was postponed because of the coronavirus. Previously, Daniel played in Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall and Specter. 19,000,000 euros will be collected for his last Bond role.

“I’d rather cut my veins than play Bond again,” he said after launching “Spectre”, for which he won around 50,000,000 euros, but he kept his word. However, “No Time to Die” should be his last role in the series. Craig and his wife, actress Rachel Weisz, 50, have an estimated fortune of over € 135,000,000. In 2018, the couple entered the list of the richest 1,000 Britons, the annual top of the Sunday Times. Difficulties at the beginning of his career forced him a special way of thinking. Craig says he’ll leave his daughters “just as needed.” Because your work makes money!

The British have two daughters. Ella is 28 years old and is his daughter and Scottish actress Fiona Loudon, his ex-wife. The second child, also a little girl, has him with Rachel Weisz and was born in 2018. Although Craig’s financial situation is enviable today, he faced great difficulties when he began his career. As he related, for a period he was even forced to sleep on the banks in the London parks, because he had no money to allow him to live somewhere for rent.

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