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The Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton, voted Britain's Dream Bond Girl
Posted on Friday, October 19, 2012 at 09:40 AM
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|Middleton was voted Britain's Dream Bond Girl|
Paul Kraftman, MenKind spokesman, said: "We were surprised to see that Kate Middleton was the woman Britain most wanted to see getting to grips with Bond and his gadgets.
"Although her grandmother-in-law has proved that the royals are a dab-hand at super spy action, when Bond escorted her to the Olympics. It is Her Majesty's Secret Service, after all."
Kate - who is married to Prince William - narrowly beat superstar beauties Rihanna and Beyonce Knowles, while curvy socialite Kim Kardashian came in fourth place.
The fifth star Britain would most like to see alongside Daniel Craig in the follow-up to new film 'Skyfall' is Cheryl Cole, who was just ahead of sultry actress Megan Fox.
British babe Kelly Brook came in seventh place, followed by a surprise entry from outspoken singer Jessie J.
Scarlett Johansson and Kate Moss rounded out the top ten.
Britain's Dream Bond Girl top 10:
1. Kate Middleton
3. Beyonce Knowles
4. Kim Kardashian
5. Cheryl Cole
6. Megan Fox
7. Kelly Brook
8. Jessie J
9. Scarlette Johansson
10. Kate Moss
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