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Rachel Weisz Shaken & Stirred By 007 Daniel Craig’s Fan Photo Requests!

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Jan. 17 2013, Published 7:29 a.m. ET

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You’d think being married to James Bond would have its benefits, but Rachel Weisz certainly isn’t seeing any!

Everywhere she goes with husband and current 007 Daniel Craig, 44, die-hard Bond fans fall over themselves to get a snap with their favorite star and exclusively reports that it’s leaving Oscar-winner Rachel, 42, shaken AND stirred because she can’t believe how popular he is!

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“Daniel’s popularity has soared since playing James Bond and he’s often asked by fans for a picture,” a source told

“He is very aware of the duties of playing such a famous character and always stops to give fans what they want. He never shirks his responsibilities."

The source continued, “But Rachel often gets frozen out, she gets pushed aside while they pose next to Daniel or, even worse, is asked to take the picture herself!

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“She just can’t understand it. Rachel’s won an Oscar, but that’s not as impressive as getting snapped with James Bond.

“In one instance, Rachel had to tear Daniel away from a horde of fans asking them, ‘Can I have my husband back?’

“When she married Daniel, she didn’t expect to be getting James Bond as well!”

As previously reported, Daniel and Rachel tied the knot in an undercover operation at a friend’s house in New York on June 23, 2011 -- only eight months after she split with her longtime fiancé Darren Aronofsky.



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