Keira Knightley is in period costume yet again, playing the role of the iconic Anna Karenina in the movie adaptation of the Leo Tolstoy epic, and last night at the movie's premiere, she told us that everyone who's been in love will be able to relate to the story.
We managed to grab the British beauty for just a few seconds as she walked the red carpet in London last night, where she revealed that she could relate to the story, including the "pain and suffering" that love causes - as should anyone that "has loved anybody".
In an obviously prepared answer, Keira said: "Anybody that's been in a relationship, anybody that has loved anybody will be able to identify with it in some way."
Keira looked stunning in pale pink (Wenn)
Meanwhile, the movie's director Joe Wright has praised Keira as an actress, and insists that "she's more than a muse" after the pair have worked together on several movies including 'Pride and Prejudice' and 'Atonement'.
"She's more than a muse, she's a collaborator and that's far more important. [She brings] intelligence, energy, vitality, passion and beauty," he told Bang Showbiz.
Keira and stars in 'Anna Karenina'...