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Keira Knightley Might Be Getting Married This Weekend!

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Hey, didn’t you love Atonement, that Pride and Prejudice remake and Bend It Like Beckham? Still watch Love, Actually every Christmas and cry your eyes out over a plate of sugar cookies? Well, you’re going to love this story because it’s about Keira Knightley, who hasn’t really been doing much since then. (Shut up, I know she’s had other roles, I just don’t care about them.) Keira’s engaged to some bro – sorry, she’s English – some bloke named James Righton from The Klaxons, who also haven’t been notable since about 2006.  Together, they will walk down the aisle to begin their lives together… possibly as soon as this weekend!

From The Sun:

Keira Knightley will wed her musician fiance James Righton in a private do in the South of France this weekend.

The couple are to get hitched in a small ceremony near Nice in front of family and friends.

Keira, 28, and James, 29, got engaged last summer and recently moved in together.

A source said: “Most of their friends will fly out for the wedding on Friday.

“They’ve been planning it for a while but wanted something small and private. They could get married in total private in stunning surroundings.”

Speaking about her upcoming nuptials last month, Keira said: “I could have six fake weddings. God, that would be expensive.

“We’re not big-wedding types. I don’t need to have all that. I’m just trying to enjoy the engagement bit.”

Sure, okay. You’ve been engaged since last year after dating this guy for less than a year, but no probs – I’m sure you guys will have a long and healthy life together. Hey, it’s working for Khloe and Lamar!

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  • So you have issues with short engagements? This isn’t even all that short. Length of engagement really has nothing to do with how the marriage is. This seems like about the 15th time I’ve read something like this on EB recently. Enough.

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