Sir Roger Moore’s daughter says ghost of 007 visits her

Sir Roger Moore’s daughter says ghost of 007 visits her

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SIR Roger Moore’s daughter has said that the ghost of her famous dad visits her from beyond the grave.

The film legend, who played James Bond between 1973 and 1985, passed away in May 2017 at the age of 89.

Sir Roger with daughter Deborah in 2001
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Deborah Moore, 55, has now revealed that Sir Roger still makes his presence known as she recalled “the weirdest thing” that happened last month when she woke early to dash to the supermarket.

She shared: “There was no one in the street and this little Japanese man in his trainers came up to me with this mobile phone.

“He started pointing at it, going: ‘MI5, MI5, James Bond, James Bond, MI5?’”

Deborah added to the Daily Star: “I said: ‘Are you looking for the MI5 building?’ He went: ‘Yeah, yeah, James Bond, 007′.

The actor famously played James Bond
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“Now, of all the people to come up to in the street, it’s me.

“I was like: ‘Dad, this is you having a laugh’.

“So there’s all these little things which always make it feel as though he’s around me.”

She went on to share other examples, including a Russian boat that had 007 written on its side when she was in France for the christening of her brother’s children.

He passed away in 2017 aged 89
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Deborah was by his side when he passed away
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Another instance saw a pal reveal that the only photo in her entire Swedish office was of the late actor.

Deborah dabbled with acting herself as a child, appearing in an episode of TV series The Persuaders! alongside her famous dad.

Sir Roger passed away following a short battle with prostate cancer, with his family by his side in his final days in a Switzerland clinic.


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