Roger Moore's daughter Deborah claims her late father sends her signs from beyond the grave... two years after his death from cancer aged 89

The daughter of late actor Roger Moore has told how she gets signs that her father is still watching over her now.

Deborah Moore said her father, who starred as James Bond in seven films including The Spy Who Loved Me and A View To Kill, still makes his presence known to her two years after his death from prostate cancer in 2017, aged 89.

She told the Daily Star that in one incident, a Japanese man approached her in the street and started to point at his phone and speak about James Bond and MI5. 

Family: The daughter of late actor Roger Moore has told how she gets signs that her father is still watching over her now (pictured in 2011)

Family: The daughter of late actor Roger Moore has told how she gets signs that her father is still watching over her now (pictured in 2011) 

Deborah revealed: 'I said, "Are you looking for the MI5 building?" He went, "Yeah, yeah, James Bond, 007". Now, of all the people to come up to in the street, it’s me.

'I was like, "Dad, this is you having a laugh". So there’s all these little things which always make it feel as though he’s around me.'

In another instance, Deborah recalled how she saw the famous 007 number on the side of a boat and took it as another sign from her father.  

She said: 'I was walking along the beach and there was this big Russian boat and when it moved the colours changed and the side said 007...

Film star: Deborah Moore said her father, who starred as James Bond in seven films, still makes his presence known to her two years after his death (pictured with his wife Kristina Tholstrup)

Film star: Deborah Moore said her father, who starred as James Bond in seven films, still makes his presence known to her two years after his death (pictured with his wife Kristina Tholstrup)

'And then the friend that I was with her first day back in work - she lives in Sweden - she said, "the only picture in this entire office was of your father".'

Deborah recalled her father's battle with cancer and told how he remained positive throughout his treatment.

She said that 'until the end', the actor insisted he would be fine and that the last thing he ever said to her was, 'I love you too'.

Sir Roger died after a 'short but brave' battle with cancer, his family said at the time of his passing, surrounded by love in his final days in Switzerland.

Health: Deborah recalled her father's battle with cancer and told how he remained positive throughout his treatment (Roger pictured as James Bond in Live And Let Die)

Health: Deborah recalled her father's battle with cancer and told how he remained positive throughout his treatment (Roger pictured as James Bond in Live And Let Die)

They paid tribute to his campaign work, saying he considered the time with UNICEF to be his 'greatest achievement'.

'The love with which he has surrounded in his final days was so great it cannot be quantified in words alone.'

He was survived by Deborah, his other children Geoffrey and Cristian and his wife Kristina Tholstrup.

The statement added: 'Our thoughts must now turn to supporting Kristina at this difficult time, and in accordance with our father's wishes there will be a private funeral in Monaco.'

Speaking about the beloved actor's biggest achievements, they reveal that he found his charity work for UNICEF to be his life's most rewarding word. 

Memory: Sir Roger died after a 'short but brave' battle with cancer, his family said at the time of his passing (pictured with Kristina Tholstrip, Lara Stone and David Walliams in 2012)

Memory: Sir Roger died after a 'short but brave' battle with cancer, his family said at the time of his passing (pictured with Kristina Tholstrip, Lara Stone and David Walliams in 2012) 

'We know our own love and admiration will be magnified many times over, across the world, by people who knew him for his films, his television shows and his passionate work for UNICEF which he considered to be his greatest achievement,' the statement adds. 

'The affection our father felt whenever he walked on to a stage or in front of a camera buoyed him hugely and kept him busy working into his 90th year, through to his latest appearance in November 2016 on stage at London's Royal Festival Hall.

'The capacity crowd cheered him on and off stage, shaking the very foundations of the building just a short distance from where he was born.

'Thank you Pops for being you, and before being so very special to so many people.'

Icon: Deborah recalled her father's battle with cancer and told how he remained positive throughout his treatment (pictured in 2007)

Icon: Deborah recalled her father's battle with cancer and told how he remained positive throughout his treatment (pictured in 2007) 

Roger Moore's daughter Deborah says her late father sends her signs from beyond the grave

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