José Fernández's tragic passing has affected so many people.
The late sports star's longtime love reflected on their time together, writing:
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Remind us not to take a sneaky photo of Daniel Craig!
In a candid interview with DuJour magazine, the Skyfall actor expressed his disdain for fans taking secret snaps of him while he's out in public.
Before you get defensive, the British hunk is more than willing to take photos with fans but he just doesn't want his privacy violated.
"Bars are hard [for me to go to], but that's more because of mobile phones. I'll do autographs all day long, and I'll even do a picture at the end of an evening. But if I'm being photographed all night long in a bar, that pisses me off. If you ask, I may say yes, but come up to me and say, 'Would you like to take a photograph with me?' If you're f—king sneaking photographs of me…it's human nature, you're sneaking something! I'm being f—ked with! But people don't see it as a problem. Maybe I'm delusional."
That's a fair point.
However, it seems he finds support in his wife Rachel Weisz who's apparently a pro at saying "no."
"There were phones back then, but nobody used the cameras. Or there was a rule, if someone did it, you'd be like, ‘What the f—k are you doing?!' My wife is the best in the world at all that, she'll just turn to them and go, ‘No, thank you very much,' and they're like, 'Okay.'"
Nonetheless, the James Bond icon's pub crawl days are now over thanks to his fame.
"I like to have a drink, and I love pubs and I love finding new pubs and places to socialize. But that has a limit on it now."
Tragic. He may not be able to drink in public anymore but at least he's starring in one of this year's most anticipated films.
Color us jealous!
Feel free to let us know if you ever want to grab a pint — we promise no cameras. LOLz!
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