Solange Dimitrios (Greek: Σολάνζ Δημήτριος) was the fictional wife of Greek government contractor and criminal operative, Alex Dimitrios, and also a love interest of James Bond. A secondary Bond girl portrayed by Italian actress, Caterina Murino, the character appeared in the 2006 James Bond film, Casino Royale.
Solange and James Bond first notice each other in The Bahamas while she is horseback riding along the beach and he is swimming in the ocean. Later at night Solange meets Bond when she arrives at a poker game where Alex Dimitrios plays against Bond. Losing, Dimitrios reacts coldly to his wife's affection, which attracts Bond's attention.
Later, Bond offers Solange a ride back to his rented villa for a drink after he wins Dimitrios' Aston Martin DB5 at the poker table. She accepts and the two plan to spend the night together, where she tells him that she is not happy with her life, because of the evilness and one-sided relationship with her husband. However, Solange receives a phone call from her husband which serves to inform Bond that Dimitrios will be taking the last flight to Miami. Bond decides to follow him, but does not tell Solange, instead ordering some Bollinger and caviar up to their room as a parting gift before he leaves. While Bond was on the phone she leaves him in the bedroom and walks out of the hotel.
After Bond thwarts the terrorist plot at Miami Airport, Dimitrios' boss Le Chiffre deduces that Solange informed Bond. Bond returns to find that she had been tortured, killed and wrapped in a hammock on the beach by Le Chiffre's Quantum members.
- Solange is the twelfth woman that Bond does not succeed to protect from death in the Bond films, and the first in the reboot.
- Solange is one of the few Bond girls who first becomes aquainted with Bond in a casino. Others from the franchise include Sylvia Trench from Dr. No, Teresa Di Vicenzo from On Her Majesty's Secret Service, Plenty O'Toole from Diamonds Are Forever, Lisl von Schlaf from For Your Eyes Only and Sévérine from Skyfall.