17 May 2020 18:33
Pierce Brosnan was spotted sharing a loving gesture with his wife Keely Shaye Smith on Thursday, May 14. The 67-year-old 'James Bond' star was seen giving his 56-year-old wife a tender kiss as they enjoyed a day on the beach in Hawaii. Brosnan starred as Bond in four films, namely 'Goldeneye' (1995), 'Tomorrow Never Dies' (1999), 'The World Is Not Enough' (1999) and 'Die Another Day' (2002). On the beach, Brosnan was seen shirtless as he only wore blue board shorts. The actor displayed his toned torso and also reportedly indulged in a spot of snorkeling.
The couple shared the kiss while Smith sat on beach towels, wearing a mint blue cotton tunic. She seemed relaxed in the sunshine, with her brunette tresses left in their natural curly state as she sported a healthy bronzed glow. Brosnan and Smith have been married for 19 years and recently celebrated their anniversary in April. The actor shared a sweet message for his wife on his Instagram page on their wedding anniversary on April 10. He also posted a throwback picture of them and wrote: "My darling angel heart Keely, thank you for bringing such love and beauty into my life, for making these past twenty-six years the greatest joy of my life...Happy anniversary my brown-eyed girl❤️" 'The World Is Not Enough' star and his journalist wife met in 1994 before tying the knot in 2001. They met a year before Brosnan made his 'James Bond' debut. He was previously married to Australian actress Cassandra Harris but lost her in 1991 following a battle with ovarian cancer. Harris was a bond girl to Roger Moore in 'For Your Eyes Only'. With Harris, Brosnan has one son, 36-year-old Sean, and with Smith, he has fathered two sons, 23-year-old Dylan, and 19-year-old Paris. Besides, he is also the adoptive father of Charlotte and Christopher Brosnan, Harris' two children by her first husband Dermot Harris. However, Charlotte died at the age of 42 in 2013 because of ovarian cancer, the same illness that her mother suffered from. Meanwhile, a previous report has claimed that Brosnan would love to return to the 007 franchise even if he has to play the villain. He revealed his desire while hosting a 'Live Watch along' with Esquire for his first Bond movie 'Goldeneye'. Replying to a fan's question, the actor said: "Yes." "Would [I] return as a villain?" Brosnan read from a list of questions, adding: "If asked, yes! I believe so." During the live streaming, he also admitted the influence Sean Connery and Roger Moore had on him as an actor and how certain parts of the role stayed with him even after moving on from playing the character. "I suppose it's the walk, the presence, and how one carries oneself. He's a hard character to get away from. Not that I wanted to get away from him, because I am the man I am and you use so much of one's own persona in playing a character like this. There's definitely a melding of the two people, the two personas. I'm just not very good with gadgets," Brosnan said. If you have an entertainment scoop or a story for us, please reach out to us on (323) 421-7515