Keira Knightley is in no way stuffed shirted when it comes to taking her kit off, as the Brit beauty has revealed to The Mirror that she is more than comfortable taking off her clothes for a role. The Anna Karenina star admitted to the paper that not only does she finds it easy to reveal her naked body to cast and crew, but that stripping off is a breeze compared to revealing details about her personal life.
She told the newspaper, "I'm not prudish when it comes to nudity. If the role calls for nudity, then I'm going to be naked. I'm not afraid to expose myself that way."
Nudity is one thing, however the star of the latest adaption of Leo Tolstoy's novel has admitted that portraying someone who is in love is an entirely different thing. She told the paper that, whilst in real life you tend to not even notice displays of intimacy, as they are somewhat primordial, so when it comes to portraying this on screen then it is an entirely different matter. Whilst that might sound like bad news for her Anna Karenina co-star Jude Law, it is probably good news for her Klaxon's fiancé James Righton - at least she isn't faking it.