She is locked up at home like the rest of the nation amid the blockage of the UK coronavirus.
But Keira Knightley got out for some fresh air on Friday as she and husband James Righton had a social aloof celebration commemorating VE Day’s 75th anniversary in London.
The 35-year-old actress appeared cheerful when she had conversations with their neighbors on the street during the rare sighting.
Boarding: Keira Knightley and husband James Righton enjoyed a social aloof celebration commemorating the 75th anniversary of VE Day in London
The fencer nailed the spring style and wore a boho-inspired midi dress, complete with a V-neckline and floral print.
The Bend It Like Beckham thespian chose comfort in the shoe department because she complemented her effortlessly chic look with brown sandals.
With her hairstyles worn straight, Keira released makeup and rounded off her look with shades with a circular frame.
Musician James, 36, with whom the movie star shares four-year-old daughters Edie, and Delilah, eight months, looked equally casual in a white T-shirt, snake print shorts, and brown sandals.
In good company: The 35-year-old actress appeared in good spirits when she had conversations with their neighbors on the street during the rare sighting
Turning Heads: Spiky spring style, the fencer wore a boho-inspired midi dress complete with a V-neckline and floral print throughout
Everything in Details: The Bend It Like Beckham Thespian opted for comfort in the shoe department while complementing her effortlessly chic look with brown sandals
Paying their respects, Friday commemorated the official surrender of Nazi Germany to the Allied forces on May 8, 1945, after World War II
By tradition: The poignant commemorations were led by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, each laying a wreath at a memorial at Balmoral
Friday commemorated the official surrender of Nazi Germany to the Allies on May 8, 1945, after World War II.
The poignant commemorations were led by the Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall, each laying a wreath at a memorial at Balmoral.
The Red Arrows also performed a spectacular flyover over the capital, while RAF Typhoons flew over Cardiff, Edinburgh and Belfast while the Air Force paid respect.
The Queen addressed the land from Windsor Castle, which was followed by the sing-along of the land with Vera Lynn’s war classic, We’ll Meet Again.
Radiant: With her locks worn in a straight way, the brunette went without makeup and rounded off her look with shades with circular framing
Calm: musician James, 36, with whom the movie star shares daughters Edie, four, and Delilah, eight months, looked equally casual in a white T-shirt, snake print shorts, and brown shoes
In a heartfelt message to the nation, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said “our gratitude will be eternal” for the “soldiers, sailors and pilots who fought the Nazis with courage, ingenuity and stubborn stamina.”
Keira’s appearance comes after her DOOR interview in March, where she revealed she has returned to her controversial decision to ‘ban’ daughter Edie from watching fairytales.
She said, “She’s looked at them all now. When we looked at Sleeping Beauty, she said, “It’s not okay, the man kissed her without her permission!” ‘
Toast: The Anna Karenina star held outside on an empty glass during the observation
Enjoying some downtime: The mom of two put up an animated screen while talking to the locals
Long-term: The couple, who have been in a relationship since February 2011, married on May 4, 2013 in Mazan, Vaucluse
The Pirates Of The Caribbean star originally claimed to have ‘banned’ her daughter from watching Disney films due to their lack of feminist messages.
In 2018 she said: ‘I am very careful about fairy tales with my child because I don’t like the message that many of them have.’
“So the little mermaid is forbidden. Cinderella is prohibited. I have not watched Snow White again, but that can also be prohibited. ‘