Daniel Craig isn’t leaving his fortune to his kids, it’s ‘distasteful’

Daniel Craig isn’t leaving his fortune to his kids, it’s ‘distasteful’

- Daniel Craig is not about to leave his fortune to his daughters, it doesn't come that easy

- Currently, he has a fortune of over $125 million (R2.2 billion) and he's not quite sure where it's going when he passes

- During an interview with Saga Magazine, Craig said that he believes that leaving an inheritance is ‘distasteful’

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UK hunky actor Daniel Craig is not about to leave his fortune to his children, he would rather give it away.

Mr James Bond himself is father to two beautiful children who may not be awarding him the father of the year award.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Craig feels inheriting fortunes made by someone else’s hard work is a tad 'distasteful'.

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During an interview with Saga Magazine, Craig made it clear that his hefty fortune will not be passed down to his children once he passes.

Craig’s wealth is currently sitting at over $125 million (R2.2 billion), of which his spawns will not be seeing a cent of.

“My philosophy is to get rid of it or give it away before you go.”

The saucy actor has two daughters; one of whom he had with Rachel Weisz and one of whom he had with Fiona Loudon.

Unfortunately, the new Bond film, No Time to Die, has been placed on hold thanks to the coronavirus – it will be released in November instead of April.

In other news, British actor Daniel Craig is playing James Bond for the last time. The trailer for his finale, No Time To Die, was released at the end of 2019.

Daniel Craig has played James Bond since 2006. No Time To Die is the last time we will see the 52-year-old donning the classic black tuxedo.

He is joined by Rami Malek as a Bond villain and Lashana Lynch as the female agent taking over the 007 agent number.

November cannot come sooner!

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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