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"But I know that we, as a cast, collectively want him back. I know that Barbara and Michael - our producers - desperately want him back, so I think the only person that needs persuading is Daniel." She said collecting her award from the Queen was "lovely", adding that Her Majesty asked her what she was working on at the moment. Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Harris has appeared opposite Daniel Craig in two Bond films to date as Miss Moneypenny In an earlier interview, Harris said that her OBE sent out "a very powerful statement" to young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Harris was raised by a single parent in a north London council flat. "As a black actress from the background I came from... I think it's incredibly important," she told the BBC. "I'm absolutely thrilled to have my work recognised in this way." Harris, who is up for a best supporting actress Oscar for playing a drug-addicted mother in Moonlight, was previously seen as Winnie Mandela in Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom. She is also known for playing Miss Moneypenny in the last two James Bond films. Could Moonlight cause an Oscars upset? Film-maker Danny Boyle, who directed Harris in 28 Days Later and his stage version of Frankenstein, turned down a knighthood when he was offered one in 2012.