Daniel Craig is currently on the big screen for the last time as "James Bond" in the movie No Time to Die. He slipped into the role of the agent five times and is for many among the best "007" actors ever.

Touched: Daniel Craig gets star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Just shortly after the film premiere in London, at which Duchess Kate's dress stole the show, the actor is celebrating once again.

Today, Craig received a great honour in Hollywood: he was awarded a star on the famous Hollywood Walk of Fame. The Brit was visibly moved at the ceremony, which was mainly due to the speech by his No Time to Die co-star Rami Malek.

Rami Malek's speech left Daniel Craig visibly moved at the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Craig's walk-of-fame star got the honour of placement next to "007" legend Roger Moore. Of the great tribute, the 53-year-old said:

"If happiness was measured by the company we keep, then me being on this pavement surrounded by all of these legends makes me a very, very, very happy man. So thank you very much."

Daniel Craig at his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

Congrats to Daniel Craig on his latest honour! It wasn't the only time he's gotten a bit emotional as his time as "Bond" comes to an end, either.

You can click here to see the actor get choked up in a speech after finishing the No Time to Die shoot.

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