Kate Middleton once dressed up as an attractive character from the Bond franchise. One of her close friends revealed that she attended a party as Miss Moneypenny.

Kate visited Anglesey beach this week with Prince William. While there, one of her close friends recounted the time when the mom of three dressed up as the famous secretary from the Bond movies.

Malcolm Rogers, a Scout leader whom Kate used to volunteer with, reunited with the other members of the 1st Bridge Scout Group this week. During their reunion, Rogers said that it was so lovely to see the Duchess of Cambridge once again.

“She really got stuck in with us and the children and when we had a James Bond-themed party, she made a very attractive Miss Moneypenny,” he said. “She told us today how much she enjoyed volunteering with us.”

Miss Moneypenny didn’t have much exposure in the Bond films, and she is not heavily mentioned in the books either. But the rugged spy still plays an integral part in the iconic franchise. Miss Moneypenny is the secretary of Bond’s superior officer M at M16, and she also shares a flirty relationship with 007.

In related news, Kate also made headlines this week after it was revealed that she and Prince William participated in a sewage beach cleanup while they were in Wales. Following the outing, Sian Sykes of Surfers Against Sewage told The Sun that he was delighted to host the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge in Anglesey. Sykes also said that he was pleased to tell the royal couple that Anglesey has received a plastic-free-community status recently.

“I was keen to explain we need to break our habit with single-use plastics as the convenience of today is at the expense of the future,” Sykes said. “It was superb to see them actively getting involved with the local school group doing a beach clean, and they were keen to find out what is washing up on our beaches,” he added.

Also, during their trip to Wales, the royal couple visited the Halen Mon Anglesey Sea Salt, a thriving local business in the area.

Kate Middleton Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visits the Scouts' headquarters at Gilwell Park to learn more about the organization's new pilot scheme to bring Scouting to younger children. Max Mumby/Indigo/Getty Images