The actress from north London, who instantaneously to global fame as Moneypenny in the Bond films Skyfall and Spectre, was suggested in the Best Supporting Actress category for her role as a drug-addicted mum who struggles to bolster her son.
However, the 40-year-old star revealed that she hesitated before accepting the unit mostly – as she is teetotal.
Naomie also said she wanted to continue appearing in Manacles films and loved her role.
Speaking at Bafta’s “tea party” for Golden Globes office-seekers on Saturday, she said: “I’m obsessed with Bond and love the team behind it. I concern producer Barbara Broccoli and it really is a family. I’m proud to be part of it.”
The actress, who was accustomed an OBE in the New Year’s Honours List, revealed her mother had flown out to support her at the formality.
However, despite all the attention she told the Daily Express at a screening of Moonlight end week: “I never wanted to be famous. I go on the Tube and the buses.
“In the last two years that’s changed but I don’t be aware why anyone wants to be famous.”