Keira poses topless in a racy new magazine shoot
There’s an age-old saying about having something you want to get off your chest, but it seems that Keira Knightley has taken it a bit too literally.
The Hollywood actress has made no secret of her frustration in the past that people are a bit too obsessed with her A cups.
We get that. She’s a serious actress dontcha know.
But then these new pictures of Keira for Interview magazine’s September issue dropped – and she’s posing, like full frontal, COMPLETELY TOPLESS.
And it made us think: For someone who’s wondering why people are so fascinated with her rack, why does she keep getting them out?
A few years ago, Keira said: ‘Yes, I have breasts. So does 50% of the population. Do we really have to waste time talking about mine? I don’t think so.’
It’s not the first time Keira‘s bared all. Have you seen the film Atonement? What about The Hole? Yep, you’ve seen her boobs then.
She’s revealed she has no problem ‘exposing’ her boobs for a film role ‘because they’re so small – people really aren’t that interested!’
Really Keira? It seems like you’re always giving us a reason to be!
There was of course that time when they were made bigger too – when they were enlarged on the promotional film posters for King
At the time she was annoyed – not so much because of the instant boob job but because they looked too saggy.
She said: ‘It’s my face on that poster. I thought, “Well, if you’re
going to make me fantasy breasts, at least make perky breasts”.’
They were also reportedly made bigger for a previous magazine cover as
apparently she was told those with boobs smaller than a C cup are a ‘turn off’. (Speak for yourself! Our boyfs have never complained… well, not to our face.)
So if you’re reading this Keira, if you really REALLY want people to stop talking about your boobs – and can we we say how nice and perky they are – then don’t do a full frontal magazine shoot.
We’re glad we’ve got that off OUR chests!
Keira Knightley was photographed by Patrick Demarchelier for the September issue of Interview magazine