Beloved James Bond star shares devastating news


Roger Moore’s stepdaughter, Christina Knudsen, also known as Flossie, passed away on Monday as a result of cancer.

Roger (88), who was one of the most loved James Bond actors, made the tragic news known on Tuesday.
He says that the family is crushed. Flossie is the daughter of his fourth wife, Kiki Tholstrup. “We were all with her, surrounding her with love, at the end,” he said on Tuesday on social media platform Twitter.
Lauren St. John, an activist for natural living, describes Flossie as, amongst other things, a gifted writer.

In 2014 Flossie and former hedge fund salesman Richard Steele established a sought after private club for eligible singletons.

At the launch of the club, she said that Ochun is ideal for people, like their friends, who would rather meet people at parties than on the internet. But if you wanted to become a member of the elite club you would have had to put down an estimated R26 000 as a once off registration fee. Every social event thereafter would cost you between R890 and R2 700.

Roger played the role of 007 in seven films from 1973 to 1985.

He also gained a huge following by playing the role of Simon Templar in The Saint. In the 1970’s he came under fire for shooting three films in (then Apartheid) South Africa: Gold, Shout at the Devil and The Wild Geese.


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