Keira Knightley and James Righton have been PDA-ing all over New York so all her fans are curious about how she will present her husband on the opening night of “Therese Raquin”. Maybe she will even bring her baby Edie!
According to Daily Mail , “The British actress, 30, and her musician husband, 32, shared a tender moment as they strolled with their arms around each other through the city on Thursday. New mother Keira flashed her midriff in a stripped blouse tied in a knot.”
If they keep this act up until the opening night of “Therese Raquin” on Broadway, they will for sure have a romantic night that evening too,
In fact, there has been rumors that Keira Knightley was making her husband James Righton walk her to Studio 54 so that she can feel secure for the nightly performance of “Therese Raquin” on Broadway. While they weren’t caught together near Studio 54 yet, James RIghton does enjoy accompanying Keira Knightley on walks!
According to Daily Mail , “Yet, clearly keen to enjoy some alone time, Keira Knightley and husband James Righton stepped out for a romantic stroll in Manhattan on Wednesday. Looking trendy, despite her minimum effort appearance, the 30 year-old cut a hipster figure in a black and white breton top, which she matched with an oversized biker jacket, rolled-up jeans and suede brogues without socks.”
And it looks like the British couple like to keep themselves stylish when revealing just how much in love they are.
James Righton and Keira Knightley were caught having a walk the day that the actress withdrew from a performance of “Therese Raquin” due to a minor injury. According to People , “Keira Knightley was forced to skip out on Wednesday’s performance of Therese Raquin due to a minor injury according to multiple reports.”
Looks like the actress is going through all the highs and lows to get her Broadway debut. On the first night of her preview, Keira Knightley was hackled from the mezzanine by a guy that was adament on proposing to her.
The actress most likely doesn’t regret leaving the silver screens to join the fun of live theatre.