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Daniel Craig's Wife, Rachel Weisz, Opens Up About Marriage

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What's the worst thing about being married to James Bond? Talking about James Bond.

Rachel Weisz, who has been married to "James Bond" actor Daniel Craig for more than a year, told British newspaper The Sun Sunday, "There is nothing worse than two actors getting together and talking about acting. It’s like the end -- it’s the worst."

She also said that being married to Craig (whom she began dating in 2010 after the two costarred in the film "Dream House") feels different than simply living together.

"There is a contract. You don’t necessarily have to think about respecting the rules, but it is just there.” she said.

Craig and Weisz married in a secret ceremony in New York in June 2011, which was attended by just four people: Craig's 18-year-old daughter, Ella (from his previous marriage to Fiona Loudon), Weisz's five-year-old son, Henry (from her previous relationship with Darron Aronofsky) and two family friends.

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