In the age of #MeToo, actress Keira Knightley says that she does not know anyone who hasn’t been harassed at some point.
Speaking with Harper’s Bazaar UK for the magazine’s July issue, Knightley said it’s simply “depressing” to hear about other women’s stories.
“It was when women started listing all the precautions they take when they walk home to make sure they’re safe, and I thought, ‘I do every single one of them and I don’t even think about it,’” she said. “It’s f***g depressing.”
The interview took place while wandering the streets of North London. During the interview, Harper’s journalist Lydia Slater notes, a lone male stranger allegedly approached Knightley and shouted at her, “Do you go to this school? You look very young!”
“Thank you,” replied Knightley as she and Slater sought “sanctuary in a nearby garden square” where the man proceeded to follow them. Knightley suggested the incident would be a good example as to why men should be given