Sharon Stone, 63,  brings Hollywood glamour to the south of France

Sharon Stone, 63, brings Hollywood glamour to the south of France as she wears a sequined silver dress for £1,862 a ticket charity screening of new Bond thriller No Time To Die

Sharon Stone brought a touch of Hollywood glamour to the south of Frankryk on Wednesday evening as French principality welcomed a charity screening of new James Bond film Geen tyd om te sterf nie.

The Monte Carlo casino played host as Stone, 63, joined Prince Albert II of Monaco for a first look at the eagerly anticipated releaseDaniel Craig‘s fifth and final outing as the iconic secret agent.

The actress looked stunning in a sequined silver dress as she posed alongside Prince Albert, 63, who was making the latest in a string of public appearance without wife Princess Charlene.

A-list: Sharon Stone brought Hollywood glamour to the south of France on Wednesday evening as French principality welcomed a charity screening of new James Bond film No Time To Die

A-list: Sharon Stone brought Hollywood glamour to the south of France on Wednesday evening as French principality welcomed a charity screening of new James Bond film No Time To Die

The Sovereign Prince of Monaco looked suitably dapper in a white tuxedo jacket that even Bond would be proud of as he posed for photos alongside the Stone.

It was their second joint appearance in less than a week, with both having previously attended the 2021 Monte Carlo Gala for Planetary Health on September 23rd.

Despite the event being held in honour of Princess Charlene’s environmental trust, she was notably absent on the night after contracting a ‘sinus infection.

Opgewonde: The Monte Carlo casino played host as Stone, 63, joined Prince Albert II of Monaco for a first look at the eagerly anticipated release

Opgewonde: The Monte Carlo casino played host as Stone, 63, joined Prince Albert II of Monaco for a first look at the eagerly anticipated release

A good cause: Wednesday's charity screening was organised by the Princess Grace Foundation to support emerging talents in theater, dance and film

A good cause: Wednesday’s charity screening was organised by the Princess Grace Foundation to support emerging talents in theater, dance and film

Wednesday’s charity screening was organised by the Princess Grace Foundation to support emerging talents in theater, dance and film.

For the sum of $2,500 (£1,862) guests were given an exclusive opportunity to attend the event, with a screening of the latest Bond film followed by a dinner in the casino lounge.

The event also pays tribute to Sir Roger Moore, wat oorlede is in 2017 op die ouderdom van 89 and memorably played Bond seven timesmore than any other actor.

Natuurlike skoonheid: The actress looked stunning in a sequined silver dress during her latest public appearance

Natuurlike skoonheid: The actress looked stunning in a sequined silver dress during her latest public appearance

Main man: No Time To Die director Cary Joji Fukunaga (links) joined Stone and Prince Albert on the red carpet

Main man: No Time To Die director Cary Joji Fukunaga (links) joined Stone and Prince Albert on the red carpet

Arm-in-arm: Chloe Green arrived at the Monte Carlo casino alongside boyfriend Manuele Thiella

Arm-in-arm: Chloe Green arrived at the Monte Carlo casino alongside boyfriend Manuele Thiella

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