Do you have a licence to ride through red lights, Mr Bond?

Daniel Craig had no time to wait – appearing to jump a red light on his bicycle.

And the actor, who played British secret agent James Bond, can count himself lucky nothing was coming the other way, else he might have Skyfallen off his trusty steed.

Hollywood hunk Craig, 55, was spotted running the red near the home he shares with wife Rachel Weisz, 53, and their five-year-old daughter in Hampstead, north London.

By the looks of it, safety conscious 007 – casually dressed in a white T-shirt and cargo shorts – had been running errands.

Usually seen behind the wheel of a gadget-laden Aston Martin, Bond opted for two wheels this time and donned a blue helmet, matching trainers and sunglasses – and was carrying a satchel – as he made light work of the capital’s notoriously snarled up roads.

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But as he slowly approached a red traffic light, he appeared to creep over the line and when the road looked clear, cheekily sped off.

Craig, who was previously married to Fiona Loudon and has a 31-year-old daughter Ella, played Bond five times in Casino Royale, Quantum of Solace, Skyfall, Spectre and, for the final time, No Time To Die.

His non-Bond appearances include roles in fantasy film The Golden Compass, drama Defiance, science fiction Western Cowboys & Aliens, and mystery thriller The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo.

Craig received two Golden Globe Award nominations for his performances as Detective Benoit Blanc in comedy mystery films Knives Out and Glass Onion.

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No Time To Die, his big-budget swan song, was repeatedly delayed because of the Covid pandemic before being finally released in 2021.

At 163-minutes long the action flick – the 25th instalment of the long-running franchise – is a marathon, but was a global box office smash.

Judging by his haste on Tuesday someone was expecting Mr Bond, although his cavalier attitude to the Road Traffic Act 1988 could have left him shaken and stirred.

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