Newly appointed Order of the British Empire, Naomie Harris has revealed she thinks Daniel Craig could be back as Bond for the next 007 instalment. The Oscar-nominated actress said she thinks there’s a "very good chance" the second-longest serving Bond will return after speculation last year that he may quit.

Naomie HarrisNaomie Harris was made an OBE for her services to drama

The star, who plays Miss Moneypenny in Craig’s current revamp, was speaking after being awarded an OBE for her services to drama by the Queen at Buckingham Palace.

She said receiving her award was "lovely" and of Daniel Craig’s future, commented: "I really don't think that they've moved on from Daniel.

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"I think there's a very good chance that Daniel will come back. I think it's way too early to be thinking about other people at this stage."

The 40-year-old Moonlight actress revealed there was a collective desire from the cast for Daniel’s return after the previous two films, Spectre and Skyfall, performed so well.

She said: "They desperately want him to return.

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"And I don't think Daniel is immune to that... I think he's very aware, so I think that adds an extra level of pressure. But he has to ultimately do what feels right to him.

"But I know that we, as a cast, collectively want him back. I know that Barbara and Michael - our producers - desperately want him back, so I think the only person that needs persuading is Daniel."