Getting older: Keira Knightley looks like his mother next to her husband
Meanwhile, as the star looks on the red carpet and in everyday life, the difference is huge. The passers-by who met her on the streets of Paris the day before could see for themselves. Without makeup, with disheveled hair and funny round glasses, Kira was simply unrecognizable. But in this there is nothing terrible: do not walk the stars 24 hours a day with a full parade.
But what really embarrassed is the many wrinkles on the forehead, deep nasogubki and the so-called "rings of Venus" on the neck.
By the way, the actress was not alone for a walk, but with her husband, musician James Ryton. And, although he is two years older than Knightley, she looks like her eldest son. Well, or at least the younger brother.
But in spite of everything, Keira Knightley and James Ryton are one of the strongest couples of show business. The star and her husband still often behave like teenagers in love.And this is despite the fact that their daughters will soon be four years old.
Before meeting Kira, James had a reputation as a womanizer and an eternal king of parties. But, truly falling in love, he has changed dramatically. And it is simply impossible not to fall in love with Knightley, then he spoke more than once in an interview.
By the way, on the red carpet the actress still looks great. On the same day, when the paparazzi captured them with her husband, Cyrus appeared at the opening of the season of the Parisian opera and became the real queen of the evening there.
So, I think, the star is still quite in shape, especially since 33 years is the flowering of youth. Well, minor flaws can always be corrected with the help of a cosmetologist. I want to believe that Knightley will do that. Well, for now, we invite you to admire her most chic kinokobrazy.
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