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Daniel Craig reveals his least favorite food during Thanksgiving’s ‘favorite holiday’

Daniel Craig has revealed his least favorite Thanksgiving food, calling the American tradition his “favorite holiday.”

Born in Great Britain glass onion: The Secret of Pulling the Knives The star announced in 2019 that he had obtained US citizenship, eight years after his wife, British actress Rachel Weisz, became US citizen in 2011.

In appearance The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on Monday (November 21), Craig – who lives with his family in New York – said he had been celebrating Thanksgiving for several years.

When asked by the host if he “understands” the mood of the holiday, Craig quipped: “I understand Thanksgiving, as far as I understand, it’s about giving thanks.

“I’ve been celebrating it for a long time, I think it’s probably my favorite holiday.”

When the conversation turned to Colbert and Craig’s favorite Thanksgiving food, Craig admitted he was “not very good” with toppings such as filling.

“I think it’s disgusting,” Craig said, much to Colbert’s surprise.

Craig described it as “soggy bread” that is “stuffed with turkey butt”. “I think it should be cooked separately, I don’t think you should bring it near the bird,” he explained.

Elsewhere during the interview, Craig shared some insights into creating his viral ad for Belvedere Vodka.

In the campaign, Craig dances in the hotel and on its roof, wearing black pants, a black vest, and a large silver chain.

“This is how I check into a hotel,” Craig joked, adding that he worked with a choreographer to help “loosen up” as he had “zero dance experience.”

In October, Craig was appointed a Companion of the Order of St. Michael and St. Jerzy by Princess Anna for merits for film and theatre.

In a tweet announcing the news, the royal family wrote: “We’ve been expecting you… The Princess Royal presents Daniel Craig with the Order of St Michael and St George – the same honor held by his character, James Bond – in recognition of his outstanding contribution to film and theatre.”

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