Of course, we do often see flat chests represented in magazines. Their pages often contain more nipples than actual words. Thanks to TV shows such as America’s Next Top Model we've become desensitised to them. I, for one, have never thought of my boobs as ‘the girls’ (or even ‘the guys'). It might be because they’re easier to dress, of course – not to mention carry around. They just don’t factor much in my day-to-day thoughts and never when it comes to my feelings of attractiveness. “I don’t mind exposing my tits because they’re so small – people aren’t really that interested”, she said when posing almost topless for Mario Testino in 2012. Let’s face it, really small boobs aren’t traditionally seen as desirable. The Big Short, the film adaptation of Michael Lewis' book of the same name about the causes of the financial crisis, opens in UK cinemas this weekend.We’re all too aware that being topless backstage at fashion shows is part of a model’s job, as they hurriedly change from one outfit to another. Because, in professional terms, a model’s body is a commodity – the vehicle they use to sell products (Naomi Campbell has also posed topless in the same issue of Interview, and no one has looked twice). They’re often overlooked - even by those of us to who they’re physically attached. And that’s why this is a victory for small breasted women. How will the story stack up against the greatest films about business?‘I knew it was part of the deal in the life I had signed up to, but the fear of it has never left me. I wear scruffy clothes and hats and keep my head well down.‘I'm sure people must think I'm a complete b***h, but I'm just very shy.’She also explained how she considered taking a break from acting following years or working hard.
“I thought, ‘Well if you’re going to make me fantasy breasts, at least make me perky breasts”.
But before we all rush to condemn Keira, let’s stop and think about what these pictures really mean.
Speaking at the family home in Richmond, South West London, Mr Knightley, 64, told the Mail: ‘It wasn’t a decision that either of them took lightly. I don’t think there was any one thing that led to their break-up – it was a whole raft of things, I think.
‘It’s very unfortunate, but Keira is coping well and is focusing on a new West End play that she is opening. I know that she and Rupert will remain great friends.’ Miss Knightley, 25, and Mr Friend, 29, who shared a flat near Hyde Park, met when they appeared together in the 2005 film version of Pride And Prejudice.
‘Rupert hates the idea of being followed and photographed.
Keira partially had to accept it because of her rising profile,’ a friend told the paper. The pressure took its toll and both decided they should go their separate ways.
She is left crestfallen when her beau embarks on what looks likely to be a successful solo career without her, but meets and is discovered by producer Dan (Ruffalo) while singing in a bar on an open mic night.
Without going into my own history with therapy, I think a lot of people seek therapy in England, whether it's therapy itself or something like acupuncture.
The break-up follows weeks of speculation that gruelling work commitments had driven the actors apart.