British royals PRINCES WILLIAM and HARRY have recruited James Bond to raise money for an army charity helping servicemen and women returning from war in the Middle East.
The Princes are spearheading the Help For Heroes campaign for the Royal British Legion and the siblings have persuaded producers of the new 007 movie to donate profits from the film's U.K. premiere to the cause.
Quantum of Solace, starring Daniel Craig, will premiere in London on 29 October (08) and Bond chiefs Michael Wilson and Barbara Broccoli insist they are happy to help raise money for the fund.
They say in a statement; "We are thrilled Prince William and Prince Harry have agreed to attend the world premiere of our latest James Bond film, and are pleased this event will help raise much needed funds to support the servicemen of our country through the Princes' chosen charities."
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