Kimberley Garner risks wardrobe malfunction at No Time to Die premiere in cut-out dress

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Kimberley Garner, 30, attended yesterday’s star-studded event for Daniel Craig’s fifth and final James Bond movie. The swimwear designer wore a daring white cut-out dress that could have easily caused a wardrobe malfunction.

The stunning gown featured a high slit that showed off her toned legs, as well as some side-boob.

The former Made In Chelsea star complemented the look with some clear stilettos with a diamanté strap.

She finished off the look with a patterned cuff bracelet.

Kimberley opted for wearing her long tresses down with a middle part.

The designer posed up a storm alongside celebrities from every profession.

No Time To Die is set to finally hit cinemas at the end of the week.

The release suffered multiple delays, but it is finally approaching and has been confirmed as the longest Bond movie of all time.

The film franchise had recently been subject to scrutiny as fans questioned if there could ever be a female James Bond.

Barbara Broccoli, who succeeded her father Cubby as the Bond producer, finally addressed the rumours surrounding the character.

She said: “James Bond is a male character. I hope that there will be many, many films made with women, for women, by women, about women.

“I don’t think we have to take a male character and have a woman portray him.

“So yes, I see him as male.”

Daniel Craig also weighed in on the subject.

According to the actor, there should be roles that are just as important available for women and people of colour.

He told Radio Times: “The answer to that is very simple.

“There should simply be better parts for women and actors of colour.

“Why should a woman play James Bond when there should be a part just as good as James Bond, but for a woman?”

Addressing sexism concerns, Broccoli explained: “I think people are coming around — with some kicking and screaming — to accepting that stuff is no longer acceptable. Thank goodness.

“Bond is a character who was written in 1952 and the first film [Dr. No] came out in 1962.

“He’s got a long history, and the history of the past is very different to the way he is being portrayed now.”

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