Superstar spy Daniel Craig has given the 007 seal of approval to a Leeds charity fundraiser.
The James Bond star has donated signed memorabilia to 13-year-old Bethany Hare to auction off to help raise money for sick children.
The teenager, from Horsforth, has already raised thousands of pounds for children’s hospice Martin House.
Bethany is set to hold her own James Bond themed charity ball to help raise money for her charity Bethany’s Smile.
She is calling on the best James Bond and Bond girl lookalikes to take part in a special competition on the night.
The winners will also take to the silver screen to open a film of the evening in the charity’s own take on Bond classic Casino Royale.
The event, in the Long Room at Headingley Stadium, will be held on Saturday.
Tickets cost £40 each and include a drink on arrival, three-course meal, coffee and mints.
Bethany is also planning a Christmas party-wear fashion show at Headingley Stadium on November 15.
The fundraiser has been given VIP access to the Leeds Fashion Show to meet organisers, designers and models to help her prepare for the catwalk.
As reported in the YEP, Bethany made global headlines when she dressed as Charlie Chaplin and starred in an online charity video singing his famous song, Smile.
However, her mum Yvonne was forced to withdraw the song after threats of legal action from the New York record label which owned the copyright.
Eventually, the row was settled and Bethany was allowed to use the music on her web page for free for 12 months.
For more information about Bethany’s fundraising events and the charity, visit: www.bethanyssmile.org