We definitely know pretty when we see it!
Harper's Bazaar tapped Keira Knightley for their September 2012 cover, and we have to admit that they couldn't have chosen anyone more graceful or fine.
Within the spread, acting editor Jennifer Dickinson reveals how lovable Keira is:
“There's this misconception that Keira Knightley is a moody, perennially pouting reluctant star, but my experiences couldn't be more different. That huge grin we're so used to seeing in movie theatres is constantly hovering around her face when she's relaxed. In fact, the thing about Keira is just how likeable she is.
She makes no attempt to hide her supposed flaws, such as her introspection or the extreme nerves that turn every red carpet into a gauntlet, she swears continuously and unaffectedly, and when our interview has finished and she has snuck out the back way to thwart the paparazzi at the entrance, she sends her lovely driver, who has worked with her for years, back to check on me and see whether I need a lift anywhere."
Jennifer and the Anna Karenina actress spoke for hours on the rooftop of London's Shoreditch House for the star's first ever British Bazaar front.
Everything from being one of Karl Lagerfeld's faces for Chanel, the value of girlfriends, wedding dresses, her shyness, happiness, love and her new role in her latest film were all touched.
The shoot was captured by Ellen Von Unwerth and styled by Cathy Kasterine, and from the looks of the cover, it came out modernly goth.
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[Images courtesy of Harper's Bazaar.]
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