James Bond Star, Daniel Craig, was shot with the Queen's Household Cavalry because the new 007 film was held in London.
The most famous British fictional spy is working for the Secret Service of Her Majesty – and it seems that scenes from the latest movie appear near Buckingham Palace.
The photo posted on account 007 on Twitter showed a flapper named B25 on Sunday's date, in front of the cavalry of the household.
It seems the picture was shot at The Mall near the official residence of the ruler in central London.
The title reads: "# Bond25 at a location in London."
The second image was shown by Craiga, who plays the secret agent MI6, with a household horse.
The house horse consists of the two oldest regiments in the British Army – The Life Guards and The Blues & Royals.
It is divided into the House of Conjunct Regiment, headquartered in Windsor and the House of Conjunctory Regiment, located in the barracks Hyde Park in central London.
actor Bonda 25 was announced during a live event on Jamaica In April, Rami Malek, Lashana Lynch and Ana De Armas joined.
A film that has not yet been released, directed by Cary Joji Fukunag, was recorded in Jamaica and in Pinewood Studios.
Video footage was shot last week, showing 007 Daniela Craig star driving the 4×4 open top and slamming into the nightclub dance floor.
The film has been hit by problems in recent weeks.
A crew member suffered a "minor injury" when a "controlled explosion" damaged the stage 007 at Pinewood, Buckinghamshire.
In May, Craig was injured during Jamaica shooting, forcing a 51-year-old actor to pass a "smaller ankle surgery".
However, the actors appeared in a good mood when Prince Charles visited a set of Pinewood last month.