Keira Knightley is probably one of the biggest whiners in this world. Which then makes me wonder - if she's always complaining about how they always have to photoshop boobs on her, why bother taking her clothes off? I sense a little contradiction here - in the end, if your fun bags are altogether not that impressive, it's probably better to keep them under wraps (in case you choose not to get a boob job done, that is). But it seems that in the end, money is so persuasive that it makes Keira get over all her inhibitions and expose her (once again photoshopped) self to the world.
The fact is, I sense someone in the "Keira Knightley body enhancing department" (she's got a whole one to herself, seeing that she needs so much work done before her photos can be published) has not been doing their job properly. I
mean, take a closer look at these pictures, and you'll see some inconsistencies that kind of jump out at you. Keira's thighs, for example, seem to be more slender in the shot in which she's curled up on the white fluffy rug than on the shot in which she's standing, wearing black and showing off the profile of her ass. Bad hungover in the morning, guys? I know Keira's no sight for sore eyes, so I sympathize.
On a different, but related topic, I think that we should throw in a few words about this lady's face, too. I mean... what in
the world happened to it? She totally looks like she's spent the past months in a coffin, then someone came and covered all her face with baking flour and then applied her mother's lipstick from 20 years ago. It's also valid for the rest of her body (that topless photo will haunt my dreams for a long time from now on), but her face definitely looks 40-ish.
Not so much youthful glow, right? And yes, for the record, I understand it's a 40s look and all that, but someone definitely overdid it - I can't yet decide if it was Keira or the computer on which her photos were edited who decided to finally end the suffering and make its voice heard. So, less whining, more eating, less photoshop and more sun. How's that for a healthy diet?