In 2014, she was nominated for a Golden Globe, a SAG, a BAFTA Award, and an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in the historical drama The Imitation Game.
In October 2015, Knightley made her Broadway debut in the title role of Thérèse Raquin.
Yesterday Miss Knightley’s father William told how the Oscar nominee had thrown herself into work to cope.
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.
She's collaborated with Mulberry for a range of bags this season, so it's no surprise to see Cara Delevingne repping the label even more by stepping out to a red-carpet event in one of their Spring/Summer '15 creations.
Although the Spring/Summer collection was predominantly full of khaki neutrals and pretty floral shift dresses, in contrast there were two bolder looks that featured perforated leather material - this dress being one of them!
'I don't think I'm ever going to be as famous as her,' the former Calvin Klein model told ES magazine.
May 2012 - Present Keira Knightley is engaged to boyfriend James Righton, the singer and keyboard player for the rock group Klaxons.
After having worked in supporting roles in various films, Knightley gained recognition with the comedy-drama Bend It Like Beckham in 2002.
She achieved international fame after landing the role of Elizabeth Swann in the Pirates of the Caribbean film series.
The actress, who plays tough Detective Superintendent Stella Gibson, has said she is "over the moon" to be back working on the tense thriller, which sees her on the trail of serial killer Paul Spector (Jamie).
The second series of the six hour-long episodes picks up where the first series left off, as Stella continues to track Spector, who has left destruction in his wake following his killing spree.