The third was largely obscured by a man’s head, but was later confirmed to read: "What do they not want you to know? Does the exposure of their techniques cause a threat to our security or does it just cause them embarrassment...? In a less cerebral moment, Cumberbatch was recently seen posing with paper napkin over his face as he attempted to eat lunch with Dakota Johnson undisturbed by the waiting paparazzi: No, we’re not quite sure what the message there was either. -- which earned her a Best Actress Oscar nomination -- that made viewers really take notice.To find out what she had to say check out the entire cover story exclusively in the September issue of ELLE—available digitally and in select cities now, and on newsstands nationwide August 18.Here, a preview of four of the many things that made us fall in love with her…"I was heavily pregnant, I couldn't drink—what is the point of having a thirtieth birthday if I couldn't get phenomenally drunk?Keira Knightley wears a leather jacket and calfskin belt from Ralph Lauren Collection, stretch-polyamide swim bottoms from Rochelle Sara, rose gold and diamond earrings from Pomellato, silver-plated brass cuffs from Jennifer Fisher, and a silver cuff from Saskia Diez.Who better to embody the ELLE spirit than Keira Knightley.
They were there until two or three in the morning, absolutely drunk, and I was there eight months pregnant, "My twenties were pretty crap," Knightley says.
I called her Ikea Knightley as her acting was so wooden."And she’ll most likely be awarded the same level of protection as the pair take to the promotional trail for their new film, the Alan Turing biopic As if suddenly realising that using the media is a great way to get messages out to the general public, he went on a sign rampage again, this time at an airport in a vain attempt to appeal to Prime Minister David Cameron.
His messily scrawled note read: "Questions we have a right to ask in a democracy."This one was, however, a little too cryptic to have any deep and lasting impact on the hearts and minds of the general public, who weren’t sure quite what he was referring to.
But my husband took over, arranged a lovely lunch at one of my favorite restaurants, 20 of us, and they were all being so sweet, like, 'Look, you can have a great time and be sober!
' And it's fine apart from the fact that they started drinking at about one.