Honey Boo Boo’s mama wasn’t the only celebrity who exchanged vows this weekend. Actress Keira Knightley did too, officially marrying her rock star fiancé James Righton (from Brit band the Klaxons) in a low key ceremony in the south of France on Saturday.
The Pirates of the Caribbean star wore a dress and jacket by Chanel (she’s the face of the French label’s Coco Mademoiselle perfume), a string of flowers in her hair and flat pink pumps. She and her husband looked très chic both donned sunglasses. As The Daily Beast pointed out, Knightley’s tulle dress looks similar to her 2008 BAFTA outfit, but we’re just going to argue that it may just be the same dress.
The potential outfit repeat shouldn’t have been a big deal as the ceremony was so low-key that some guests wore flip flops while others wore jeans to witness the couple exchange vows, according to The Telegraph.
The couple held the reception at Knightley’s family’s estate nearby.
‘Harry Potter’ star Daniel Radcliffe is the richest actor under 30, reports CTV.
The actor, who recently finished filming his run of ‘Potter’ films, made £28.5 million ($45 million) in 2009-10, pushing his net worth to about £48 million ($75 million).
The 21-year-old is not the only ‘Harry Potter’ actor to appear in The Sunday Times Rich List of young people. Emma Watson comes in at 13 with earnings of £2 million, pushing her total up to £22 million, joint with Rupert Grint.
Radcliffe is now currently appearing in the Broadway musical ‘How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying.’
Other stars who made the list include ‘Twilight’ star Robert Pattinson, who came in at number nine worth a total of £32 million, narrowly beating Keira Knightley, whose net work is £30 million – putting her at number 10.
Princes William and Harry came in one place after Keira thanks to their inheritance from their late mother Diana and land owning. Wow, the thought of royalty being worth less than a vampire in a really bad movie frightens me.
Here is The Sunday Times’ Rich Top 10 List of the 50 Richest Young People:
1. Thomas Persson, Fashion, £700 million
2. Robin Arora, Retail, £343 million
3. Fawn and India Rose James, Property, £302 million
4. Arthur Landon, Inheritance, £200 million
5. Daniel Radcliffe, Movies, £48 million
6. Lord Mostyn and Family, Land, £44 million
7. Sam Barnett, Internet, £40 million
8. Sean O’Connor, Property, £32 million
9. Robert Pattinson, Movies, £32 million
10. Keira Knightley, Movies, £30 million
“Pirates of the Caribbean” director Gore Verbinski has jumped off deck and will not be directing the fourth installment of the Disney film, according to Variety.
“I had a fantastic time bringing ‘Pirates’ to life, and I am eternally grateful to Jerry [Bruckheimer], Johnny and the rest of the creative and production team,” Verbinski said to Variety. “I’m looking forward to all of us crossing paths again in the future.”
Instead, Verbinski is set to work on “Bioshock,” based on the video game, according to Variety.The game tells the story of a man stranded in an underwater city.
Johnny Depp will be the highest paid actor in history after the fourth instalment of “Pirates of the Caribbean.” Reports vary, but Depp is said to be banking between $56 and $61 million for the upcoming film.
Orlando Bloom and Keira Knightley will reportedly not be involved with the film, or the big payday.
Tom Hanks is second, being paid $29 million for the coming “Da Vinci Code” sequel.
Emma Watson must have learned a thing or two from the “Harry Potter” set, because she has certainly worked some magic on the head honchos of Chanel.
According to the British paper “The Mail”, the 18-year-old will be the new face of the brand, replacing Keira Knightley, with a $6 million pay check.
A source told the paper that Watson was carefully chosen. “Emma has been slowly integrated into the Chanel brand. They have been dressing her for film premieres and parties over recent months to see if she is the right fit.”
“Once it became clear she is growing into a beautiful young woman and wears the Chanel brand so elegantly, they had to sign her up.”
British actress KEIRA KNIGHTLEY is taking legal action against a British newspaper, claiming an article it published suggests she has lied about having an eating disorder.
The Daily Mail included a photo of the PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN star on a beach, alongside comments describing her skinny physique, as part of an article about a girl who had died of anorexia.
In a statement from her lawyers, Knightley vows to challenge the alleged implication she’s in some way responsible for the girl’s tragic death and the alleged suggestion she’s lied about having an eating disorder.
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