Nicole Hunter is a wealthy jewellery designer, planted as MI6's contact in Monaco. She appears in the 2010 video-game Blood Stone as the game's hidden main antagonist and she is voiced by singer Joss Stone.
A wealthy jewellery designer, planted as MI6's contact in Monaco. Nicole's reason for being with MI6 wasn't M approaching her, but a tax problem and a customs problem involving diamonds. She teams up with James Bond when he lands in Monaco, in a tuxedo, almost unrecognisable to her and helped him go after Stefan Pomerov, whom Nicole knows very well. During the meeting with him, 007 broke into Pomerov's office and when he set the alarm off, their meeting was adjourned early.
However, she helps 007 in Siberia by resuming the interrupted conversation while Bond finds Tedworth's files. They got there by Nicole's friend's Aston Martin DBS V12 and has Bond pose as her bodyguard, hoping not to be recognised. When the refinery was ruined, Pomerov called off the meeting and fled off in a train and Nicole met up with Bond after getting the car and while they gave chase to Pomerov, they crash the car into the train, resulting in her left wrist being fractured.
Her knowledge about driving a hovercraft became useful to Bond. After Pomerov's death and the destruction of the bio-weapons, Nicole left for a vacation and offered 007 to join but he rejects to look further into Tedworth's kidnapping. Nicole also reassured him that her friend will not be angry about the car, claiming she is a terrible driver.
However, in the epilogue level, her background story was revealed to be very mysterious, and it caused Bond to lose control in his investigation. Nicole was revealed to be the one who kidnapped Tedworth and was eventually confronted by Bond after a high-speed car chase (proving that Nicole claiming to be a bad driver was a ruse, most likely to throw Bond off her scent by assuming the role of being out of her element when it comes to danger), both waving Walther P99s. After refusing to tell the name of her employer, she is killed by an unmanned aerial drone presumbably the one her employer sent should she fail.