Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Keira Knightley on the December 2018 Cover of Harper's Bazaar UK Magazine


As one of Harper's Bazaar Women of the Year honoree's, Keira Knightley is the December 2018 cover star. On the cover which was shot by Tom Craig, Keira is wearing CHANEL FALL 2018 COUTURE. In the issue, she talks family, feminism, freedom and so much more. Continue below to read some excerpts from her interview. For more on Keira's feature, visit HarpersBazaar.com/uk and pick up a copy on newsstand.




On moving to NY after having a baby & doing Broadway:
I actually don’t know how we did that. If we have another one I wouldn’t say I’d do that again. It was quite mad.

On working a lot:
My mum always worked when I was small and she’s always had a real thing about me continuing to work, and I think a lot of my sense of self came from me being so proud of her for working and having that ethic.

On holding on to her identity:
I think for my sense of identity, it was suddenly very important that I had that thing that was still me and mine. I’ve only been able to do it because I can afford the childcare, but I think that sense of identity is something that a lot of women really feel rocked by and work was a way for me to keep that.

On engaging more in business:
I don’t really. Maybe I should, maybe I shouldn’t, it doesn’t seem to be happening. I can’t imagine one more thing. What with the kid and the school and the house and the thing and thing...

On wanting not to be seen as difficult to work with or draw attention to herself:
You just want to keep everyone sweet and you want to be like, yes, I’m easy to work with. I’m all for gratitude for luck that you’ve had in your life, but at a certain point I have to stop just feeling lucky and making nice and actually ask the questions.

Credit: Harper's Bazaar UK


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