The actress, 34, who shares two daughters with husband James Righton — Edie, four, and Delilah, born last year — told Financial Times : "The nipples droop! The mother-of-two went on to explain: "I always felt completely comfortable doing it when I was younger. It's done an amazing thing. But I also don't want to stand there in front of a whole film crew I get to choose the body double.
Keira Knightley on why she now refuses to do nude scenes
Keira Knightley refuses nude scenes now she's a mum over fears her 'nipples droop' - Mirror Online
Keira Knightley now has a no nudity clause in all her movie contracts which lets her pick her body double and have total control over all sex scenes. Keira Knightley refuses to strip off for nude scenes now she's a mum of two over fears her "nipples droop". The actress, 34, has two daughters with her musician husband James Righton and admits that although she still loves her body, she doesn't want to stand naked in front of a film crew any more. In an interview with The Financial Times , the actres joked: "The nipples droop! She went on to explain: "I always felt completely comfortable doing it when I was younger. It's done an amazing thing.
Keira Knightley is done stripping down on camera, the actress revealed in a new interview. It's done an amazing thing," Knightley said, referencing the birth of her and husband James Righton's two daughters, Edie, 4, and Delilah, 6 months. The "Pride and Prejudice" actress said becoming a mom has changed her willingness to strip down like she used to. I have had a kid, I am in my thirties, I am very happy with my body," she added.
K eira Knightley recently posed topless in Interview Magazine as her own personal protest against photoshopping. Knightley told The Times she demanded the not safe for work photos be unedited so people could see what she really looked like. Though the studio bore the brunt of that scandal, the actress herself came under fire in when she and Scarlett Johansson posed nude with a fully clothed Tom Ford on the cover of Vanity Fair , in a picture that emphasized the gap the demands made of famous women and men in terms of playing up their sexuality. Rachel McAdams reportedly skipped the shoot after realizing the women would be asked to pose in the buff. But Knightley is taking a stand now.