“Pirates of the Caribbean” star Keira Knightley slammed Kate Middleton’s clear and classy look after giving delivery in a graphic essay.
Knightley, 33, wrote the essay as a letter to her Three-year-old daughter, Edie. The letter was revealed in Scarlett Curtis’ e book “Feminists Don’t Put on Pink (And Different Lies),” E! Information reported. The letter, titled, “The Weaker Intercourse,” mentioned the Duchess of Cambridge’s post-birth look in comparison with hers.
“She was out of hospital seven hours later along with her face made up and excessive heels on,” Knightley wrote of Middleton.
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“The face the world desires to see. Cover. Cover our ache, our our bodies splitting, our breasts leaking, our hormones raging. Look stunning, look fashionable, do not present your battleground, Kate,” she continued.
In 2015, Middleton stepped out of the hospital carrying a yellow floral costume and holding her daughter, Charlotte, alongside her husband, Prince William. The beaming Duchess of Cambridge’s hair was styled as she proudly held her new child for the world to see.
“Seven hours after your battle with life and demise, seven hours after your physique breaks open, and bloody, screaming life comes out. Do not present. Do not inform,” Knightley wrote. “Stand there together with your woman and be shot by a pack of male photographers. These things is simple. It occurs on daily basis. What is the massive deal? So does demise, you s— heads, however you do not have to faux that is simple.”
The “Colette” star wrote that after she gave delivery she “wore a hospital robe with paper pants on.” She recalled that she was nonetheless bleeding after giving delivery. She additionally described giving delivery intimately.
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“You [her child] got here out together with your eyes open. Arms up within the air. Screaming,” she wrote. “They put you on to me, lined in blood, vernix, your head misshapen from the delivery canal. Pulsating, gasping, screaming.”
The actress wrote that she remembered the “vomit, the blood, the stitches.”
“I bear in mind my battleground. Your battleground and life pulsating. Surviving. And I’m the weaker intercourse? You’re?” she continued.
Knightley’s criticism comes after she revealed she had a psychological breakdown after she struggled with stardom. The Academy Award-nominated star instructed The Hollywood Reporter’s “Awards Chatter” podcast that she was identified with post-traumatic stress dysfunction.