'Good Morning Britain' makes yet another photo blunder using wrong picture for Bond girl Britt Ekland

Britt Ekland on GMB (Credit: ITV)
Britt Ekland on Good Morning Britain. (ITV)

Britt Ekland has become the latest celebrity to fall victim to the Good Morning Britain photo wall – after the show used a picture of a lookalike.

The former Bond girl appeared on the ITV show to chat to Piers Morgan and Susanna Reid but was quick to point out that the main photo in the montage behind her was not actually of her.

Ekland said the lookalike “went to a Bond premiere years ago and everyone thought it was me, but of course I was not there.”

She added: “It doesn’t bother me. Everyone knows what I look like.”

GMB used this picture from the Spectre premiere in 2015 which Britt Ekland pointed out is not her (Credit: Getty Images)
The offending picture, from the Spectre premiere in 2015 – this is definitely not Britt Ekland. (Getty Images)

The 77-year-old actress – who starred opposite Roger Moore in the James Bond movie The Man With The Golden Gun in 1974 - also said she does not believe there will ever be a female Bond.

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Ekland was on the show to talk about her grandson Lucas being diagnosed with a serious brain disorder.

CANADA - FEBRUARY 24:  Seven times James Bond Roger Moore in Quebec, Canada on February 24, 2006-On the picture: Britt Ekland (Bond girl), Sir Roger Moore, Kristina Tholstrup (Moore's wife), Nigel Fisher (President and CEO of Unicef Canada), Hilary Saltzman (Harry Saltzman's daughter, former Bond producer). Quebec City is spellbound by "Vue sur Bond 007", an unprecedented event that is feature Sir Roger Moore and a host of celebrities and artists who were involved in the filmography of the famous British secret agent. The project was designed and produced to spotlight the contribution of Harry Saltzman, one of the most important producers of this series who also happens to have Quebec roots. The project also aims to raise funds for the 7th edition of the 3 Americas Film Festival and UNICEF through cultural and sports activities.  (Photo by Jean-Philippe DUMAS/PONOPRESSE/Gamma-Rapho via Getty Images)
The real Britt Ekland (left) with Sir Roger Moore and others in 2006. (Getty Images)

She said: “This year I was told by my lovely son Nikolai and his most wonderful wife Alison that my youngest grandson Lucas, who will be three in April, has ALD. ALD affects male babies. He will probably have a very good life because he had a birth screening. In the UK, they deny the birth screening... That’s what I’m campaigning for.

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“There will be lesions on the brain by the time they are four. He has MRI twice a year and has had since birth and blood drawn every three months. The minute they get view of a sore, he will have a bone marrow transplant. And he will have a fabulous life. That’s what I’m campaigning for… I’m going to do everything I can.”

In September last year Bonnie Tyler left GMB producers redfaced when she pointed out they had used a picture of a tribute act during her interview.