Keira Knightley is the Allure cover girl for its December issue, out Nov. 20, and she's talking boobs. (Her word, not ours!)
Wearing a Chanel jacket and nothing under it for the cover, and pieces of a Tom Ford tuxedo, Knightley, who stars in Anna Karenina, says, "I like a masculine look; I feel comfortable in it."
PHOTO: See the cover
Of her chest, she says, "They always pencil in my boobs." (But doesn't it look like they penciled one out here?)
She continues: "I was only angry when they were really droopy. For (2004 film) King Arthur, for a poster, they gave me these really strange droopy (ones) ... I thought, well if you're going to make me fantasy breasts, at least make perky breasts."
Knightley also addresses hurtful accusations that she is too skinny. "The anorexic stuff - all of that - it's always going to have an impact, so I think it did hit pretty hard . Because you go, oh, maybe that's right! I knew I wasn't anorexic, but maybe my body is somehow not right."
On feminism: "I am a feminist, but I clearly objectify myself - so that right there is a total contradiction to feminist principles."
And of her career, she says: "It's very, very hard on women who get older...I can say that when I'm 27, you know. Talk to me when I'm 37."