Keira KnightleyNews flash -- Keira Knightley knows she has small breasts, and she honestly doesn't care. In fact, she's pretty happy about not having a very ample bosom, and it gets on her nerves when photos make her chest appear bigger than it actually is. (No, it really does piss her off.)
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I know, I know -- most small-chested gals try all sorts of ridiculous poses in photos to make their boobs look bigger. (But not Keira.)
In reference to how sometimes magazines feel the need to enhance her assets a bit, Keira told Us Weekly:
Well, sometimes they make them a lot bigger than they actually are. I'm happy with them with the size they are. I'm all right with it unless they make them really droopy. Then, I kind of think, 'Okay, if you're going to invent that I have big t-ts, any way they could at least be perky ones?' It seems a little unfair to go from nothing to a big droop.
Ok, so it's a little bit strange that she referred to her own girls as "t-ts," because most women think that term is somewhat offensive, but regardless of what she calls them, Keira definitely has the right attitude about things.
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As an A-cup gal myself, I couldn't agree with her more about being perfectly content with having small boobs. Believe it or not, there are actually a lot of perks to lacking any sort of oomph in that area -- it's easy to shop for clothes, for one thing, and as a mom who has been through pregnancy and breastfeeding, I don't have to worry about things sagging as much as I would if I were more well endowed. (Don't get me wrong, I still sag -- it's just not as noticeable.)
And I don't care what Keira says -- she's never appeared "droopy" in that area when I've seen photos of her. But then again, maybe her idea of droop and mine are two totally different things. (Just wait 'til you have a baby, honey.)
Are you small-chested, and does it bother you at all?
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