She has been busy, because she can be seen this year in three films.
And Keira Knightley maintained her hard work ethic when she promoted her latest film Colette on Good Morning America in New York City on Thursday morning.
The actress of the Duchess, 33, radiated elegance when she wore a blue midi shift dress embellished with intricate floral patterns.
Busy at: Keira Knightley maintained her hard work ethic when she promoted her latest film Colette on Good Morning America in New York City on Thursday morning
With the style ante in mind, the fencer filled her sophisticated look with a navy blazer with double row buttons.
The actress Never Let Me Go caught the attention when she raised her height in a pair of pointed heels and decorated with a chain necklace handbag.
Keira added a touch of color to her color with a slash of bright pink lipstick and a brown smokey-eye look, and stylized her shiny locks in loose waves.
Looks good: the actress of the Duchess, 33, radiated elegance when wearing a blue midi shift dress, embellished with intricate floral patterns everywhere
Everything in details: the style-antennae, the screenplayer completed her refined look with a navy blazer with double row buttons
The film Colette of the fenster is based on the life of the eponymous author who lived from 1875 to 1954 and died at the age of 81.
Suppose in the beginning of the 20th century, author Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette is being pushed by her dominating husband, Henry Gauthier-Villars, to write novels under his name in the biopic.
When they become bestsellers, she fights to make her talents known, challenging gender norms of the time. Dominic West plays her husband.
Stand upright: the actress Never Let Me Go caught the attention as she raised her height in a pair of pointy heels and decorated with a chain necklace handbag.
Beautiful: Keira has given her look a touch of color with a slash of bright pink lipstick and a brown smokey-eye-look and her shiny locks styled in loose waves
Iconic author: Keira spoke at the CBS-show about her film Colette, based on the life of the eponymous author who lived from 1875 to 1954
Keira, speaking on Good Morning America, touched on the importance of the film: & # 39; The film concentrates on the first years of her life, when she was married to the first husband, who won the honor for her first four novels. It is about the struggle for her own voice, feminism and gender politics. & # 39;
Colette also sees the actress sharing a steamy kiss with co-star Eleanor Tomlinson, while the character examines her sexuality.
Keira explained: "They were a celebrity couple and her husband was brilliant in marketing. He put her on the market and did not give her a voice, but she took her vote back. & # 39;
Candid: "My Fair Lady is my go-to movie, I sing a lot, my husband is like a stop," laughed Keira when she talked about her favorite movie during a short question and answer about GMA.
During a short question-and-answer session with the audience, she gave a detailed picture of her favorite film and told about her new role in De nutcracker and the four realms.
& # 39; My Fair Lady is my go-to movie, I sing very much, my husband [James Righton] is like stop & # 39 ;, laughed Keira.
& # 39; I am in the nutcracker, I can not remember when it comes out, I think it is in November. I play the Sugar Plum Fairy and look like a big cake in the movie. & # 39;
Hard work: Colette is scheduled for September 21 on a limited release in the US, while it is scheduled for January 25, 2019, opening in the UK
Colette is scheduled for a limited release in the US on September 21, while it is scheduled for an opening on January 25, 2019 in the UK. Keira also plays a leading role in the romantic Berlin film, I Love You.
After a minor role in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace in 1999 and Bend It Like Beckham in 2002, the brunette beauty was found in 2003 with co-starring The Pirate of The Caribbean: The Curse Of The Black Pearl.
She joined Johnny Depp in three of the five films in the Pirates series, including the most recent Dead Men Tell No Tales in 2017.