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Keira Knightley explains why she still hasn't re-watched Love Actually

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Photo credit: Getty Images
Photo credit: Getty Images

Love Actually star Keira Knightley has explained the reason why she still has not rewatched the Christmas classic.

Back in 2018, the actress made headlines when she revealed she hadn't seen the movie since its release in 2003. She also didn't know who her character Juliet ends up with between her husband Peter (played by Chiwetel Ejiofor) and her admirer stalker Mark (Andrew Lincoln) who is also Peter's best friend.

In a recent interview with Entertainment Weekly, the star revealed that while she still has not watched the festive rom-com, she is now clued-up on her character's ending.

Photo credit: Universal
Photo credit: Universal

Related: Love Actually is back on Netflix UK for Christmas

"No, I have not watched the film again. Yes, I know that I stay with my husband!" she said.

"I must watch the film, I know. It's just very odd watching films that you're in! It's just a bit weird!"

While the original movie – which features the iconic scene where Mark declares his love via signs so that Peter wouldn’t hear him – leaves things somewhat unresolved between the two characters, the 2017 short Red Nose Day Actually for Comic Relief cleared the air as Juliet and Peter were still together.

Photo credit: BBC / Comic Relief
Photo credit: BBC / Comic Relief

Related: First trailer for Downton Abbey and Love Actually stars' new Christmas movie

Last week, Digital Spy shared an exclusive first-look clip at Knightley's next Christmas movie, Silent Night, which is out in UK cinemas Friday (December 3).

The movie will have quite a tonal shift from Love Actually as it follows a group of friends reuniting to celebrate a Christmas like no other: their last Christmas on Earth.

The horror-comedy brought together an all-star cast which includes Downton Abbey's Matthew Goode, Peaky Blinders star Annabelle Wallis, The Good Place's Kirby Howell-Baptiste and Motherland's Lucy Punch.

Love Actually is available to watch on Netflix UK and Amazon Prime Video.

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