Knightley: I'm still a traveller
Keira Knightley has insisted she won't have a big wedding and that fame hasn't made her materialistic.
The actress has posed in a series of sultry shots for Marie Claire magazine.
Anna Karenina star Keira, who is said to have bought a multi-million pound house in London's East End with her fiance, Klaxons keyboardist James Righton, told the magazine: "I'm still a traveller."
"We love it, but it's not the house... I don't have anything valuable... I won't be defined by objects."
She said: "My boyfriend is a musician, so there's no standing still."
Keira added of her forthcoming nuptials: "I could have six fake weddings. God, that would be expensive. We're not big-wedding types. I don't need to have all that."
She said: "I'm just trying to enjoy the engagement bit. My parents are together after 40 years. The fights are there, but they love each other. It's not like the first three months, the first two years, whatever it is, but I think it gets more interesting, or I hope so."