There are very few times we are left speechless by a magazine spread, but taking a look at Keira Knightley on the cover of Glamour’s July issue, we’re definitely having a hard time finding the words to explain its amazingness.

The 29-year-old looks absolutely stunning in every single photo from the magazine. The theme of the photo shoot, shot by photographer Tom Munro, is bohemian, with the actress surrounded by bright and colorful outdoor scenery. For the cover, Knightley is sporting natural makeup and a vibrant Altuzarra dress with a gold cuff from the designer to match.  In the two photos shown here, she wears designers like Carolina Herrera, Alexander McQueen and Burberry Prorsum. 

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Knightley looks fresh and happy in every shot — she’s definitely evolved as a person and is totally not sweating the small stuff, like those negative comments on her Chanel dress from the Tribeca Film Festival. “Apparently the reason they were so mean was because they thought the dress was unsexy. I wasn’t intending to be sexy. This idea you have to be sexy on the red carpet—that dress made me very happy.”

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She also opened up about getting married to James Righton. ““[W]hen James proposed, I just thought, Well, never done that before. It seemed like a fun thing to do.” See? So relaxed! 

We can’t wait to see her star in the romantic comedy “Begin Again” with Adam Levine, who by the way, she says plays the perfect arse. ““He did play a d-ckhead very well. Actually, I admire him being so willing. To play a d-ckhead is quite a big thing when you are trying to break into film and you want to be likable.”

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Head over to Glamour for more information, and be sure to pick up your copy of the July issue on newsstands June 17th.

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Michelle Manetti is a graduate of Pace University and has a degree in Communication Studies with a concentration of Media Studies. She met Marc Jacobs in an elevator once. She also believes that yoga, Liquiteria and a Hunter Thompson book could save the world.

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