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Last night, Keira Knightley Bigfoot You Can Teach A Monkey To Fly It But Not To Fix It T-shirt . attended a cocktail party in honor of Chanel’s new iteration of its classic J12 watch in Paris, but a luxury timepiece wasn’t the only thing she was celebrating. The actress revealed a growing baby bump underneath her cream-colored Chanel dress. This is her second child with her husband, musician James Righton. Knightley was ethereal in the garment, which featured an off-the-shoulder tweed bodice and highlighted her natural, mom-to-be glow.
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