Daniel Craig says it is ''incredibly important'' to him not to explain how he kept his wedding to Rachel Weisz secret.
Daniel Craig will never reveal what happened on his wedding day.
The James Bond actor tied the knot with actress Rachel Weisz last month in a surprise low-key ceremony and he is adamant he will never make the details of his big day public because he wants to keep his private life out of the spotlight.
He told 'Access Hollywood': "I did it secretly - I can't tell you how I pulled it off. My private life is incredibly important to me, and certainly that aspect of it is more than incredibly important to me."
While Daniel, 43, won't talk about his marriage, the actor's friend Jason Isaacs recently revealed his pal is "very happy" following the nuptials.
Asked if he would like to be James Bond, Jason said: "No, Dan is Bond - Daniel is one of the sexiest men!
"The thing about Dan is women all obviously want to sleep with him and men all think he's having more relationships with women than they are - and they're right! But not anymore, thank God, because he's married and very happy, but he just exudes sex. He's the perfect Bond."
Rachel and Daniel - who star in horror movie 'Dream House' together, which was filmed throughout 2010 and is due to be released in September - began dating in December and tied the knot in front of just four people.
The actress split from director Darren Aronofsky last year. They have a five-year-old son Henry together.