New Delhi: British barmaid Emma-Louise Hodges has legally changed her name to 'Miss Pussy Galore Honey Rider Solitaire Plenty O'Toole May Day Xenia Onatopp Holly Goodhead Tiffany Case Kissy Suzuki Mary Goodnight Jinx Johnson Octopussy Domino Moneypenny' to include the names of 14 different Bond girls, according to media reports.
Formerly Hodges, 28, changed her name by a deed poll because she thought "it would be great to be a Bond girl."
"I've always thought how great it would be to be a Bond girl - and now I am," Moneypenny was quoted as saying by the website MI6.
Emma-Louise Hodges, 28, changed her name by a deed poll because she thought "it would be great to be a Bond girl."
"I've always admired actresses like Honor Blackman and Ursula Andress - and the innuendo of some names has always made me giggle. I'm hoping it can mean I can find my own suave James Bond.
"Ultimately though, I'm a good down-to-earth girl, so I opted for Miss Moneypenny as the main name, even though she's not technically a Bond girl," she said.
'Skyfall' has been dubbed the best James Bond film so far by a number of reviewers but director Sam Mendes said the film has been a very exhausting experience.
Mendes' 'Skyfall' will hit the US theaters on November 9. The movie was premiered in the UK recently with British royal family members, Prince Charles and wife Camilla Bowles, on hand to support the special screening event.
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