Sunday Services

Today is the third anniversary of Sunday Services, the 156th entry since 2015. Tradition dictates I repost the subject of my first ever Services, fabulous British babe Keira Knightley.

Keira Christina Knightley OBE (born 1985) is an English actress. She has worked in the British and American film industries, and has starred in Broadway and West End theatre productions. She has won an Empire Award and multiple nominations for British Academy, Golden Globe, and Academy Awards.

Knightley began acting as a child on television and made her feature film debut in 1995; she played such supporting roles as Sabé in Star Wars: Episode I – The Phantom Menace (1999) and Frankie Smith in the psychological horror film The Hole (2001). She made her breakthrough with the 2002 film Bend It Like Beckham, and achieved international fame in 2003 after playing Elizabeth Swann in the $4.5 billion-grossing Pirates of the Caribbean film series. Her portrayal of Elizabeth Bennet in the 2005 romantic drama film Pride & Prejudice earned her critical acclaim and a Best Actress nomination at the Academy Awards.

Keira is by no means a bombshell, but I consider her one of the most beautiful actresses on Earth. There are more photos below the fold…

She also looks good in skimpy non-existent gowns.

Keira pulls off the light hair as well as the dark. Good lord, if she ever went red… *drools*

There’s something to be said about short skirts, but I suddenly lost the power of speech.

The services have ended; you may now go in peace.

4 thoughts on “Sunday Services

      1. I actually think most – not all – of them believe leftist policies are idiotic. (Really, who voluntarily participates in income redistribution?) But, to remain active in Hollywood you have to tow the line. The Michael Moores and Rosie O’Donnels are true believers, but the rest of them just don’t want the backlash.

        If the rest of them were down for the struggle, as it were, they’d be giving away their millions, instead of sending it to the Cayman Islands.

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