“I have absolutely no-one is embarrassed in any way, quite to the contrary.”
Keira Knightley denies that they are Kate Middleton, the wife of British prince William, has decried in an essay that they recently wrote. The actress said Thursday opposite the British Press Association that her words have been misinterpreted by the media.
In the essay that Keira wrote a book on feminism, gave them on the photo shoot of Kate for a few hours after the birth of daughter Charlotte in 2015. With the bright snaps of the duchess of Cambridge is, according to the actress the “bloody reality” of childbirth concealed. “Seven hours after your battle with life and death, seven hours after your body was broken and bloody, screaming life came out. Let see nothing, say nothing”, wrote Keira in the piece, that she founded on her own daughter, Edie, who a day before Charlotte was born.
The actress feels that her words from their context are extracted. “My comments go completely over our culture that the truth of women conceal and forces us to hide. I have absolutely no-one is embarrassed in any way, quite to the contrary.”