People has convinced us that Keira Knightley is a girl after our own hearts. The 22-year-old Pirates Of The Caribbean star and face of Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle fragrance says, "Somebody goes, 'Gosh, you're pretty,' [I say] Thanks. I've got good genes!" As for her photoshoots, Keira admits, "I'm on the cover of a magazine but somebody else does the hair, and the makeup, and airbrushes the fuck out of me - it's not me, it's something other people have created." Tell us about it! Actually, tell Faith Hill about it. [People]
Kiera is young and there is hope that she'll actually learn to be comfortable w/ herself in a more genuine, less bite-the-hand-that-feeds-you kind of way. She's only 22 but has been "handled" for too long to believe that she's come up with this shtick on her own.
She has a great job - why shit all over it in every interview? Is that an attempt to make those of us who go to the movies & buy the fashion rags feel better about our 9-to-5? Are we supposed to believe her that it's SUCH a burden to be young, beautiful, recognized at the laundromat, thrown designer clothing all the time, and get the pick of the litter in terms of the dating pool?