Actress Keira Knightley (33, “Pirates of the Caribbean”) rejects the accusation that she attacked Duchess Kate with her new essay. “I did not embarrass anyone in any way, quite the opposite,” she said at the premiere of her new movie “Colette” on Thursday night in London.
The comments she made “are all about our culture, which silences women’s truths and forces us all to hide.”
In the essay, Knightley describes what she felt when Kate left the hospital, hours after she gave birth to Princess Charlotte: “… her face is made up and her high heels are dressed. The face that wants to see the world. ”
In the essay, she describes the birth of her daughter Edie, who was born just one day before Princess Charlotte: “I remember the shit, the vomit, the blood, the stings. I remember my battlefield. “And then the 33-year-old asks,” And I’m the weaker sex? ”
On Thursday’s allegations, she said, “I think it’s very interesting that certain sections of the media – I do not mean to say it on purpose – have misrepresented what I said.”