JAMES BOND has paid a visit to the birthplace of another iconic Briton this week, as filming for the new 007 film takes place at Sir Winston Churchill’s childhood home.
It is believed filming is currently taking place for the 24th Bond film, titled Spectre, at the 300-year-old stately home.
A number of huge cranes towering over the magnificent country house – set in 2,000 acres of landscaped park – as well as supercars parked on the driveway have alerted fans to the arrival of Bond.
An insider told Express.co.uk: “The crew have been setting up for two weeks and will be filming for the next three days [until Wednesday].”
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