Sienna Miller Calls Keira Knightley An ‘Amazing’ Mother To Be
Sienna Miller is dishing on mommy-to-be Keira Knightley. Miller, who’s the mother of 2-year-old daughter Marlowe, says Knightley will be an “amazing” mother.
According to Page Six, Sienna was asked to give her friend Keira some motherly advice, but the American Sniper actress was keeping mum.
“We’ve spoken a lot and I know she will be amazing.”
She then paid her friend the ultimate compliment.
“She doesn’t need any advice. She will be perfect.”
— Celebrity News Feed (@_CelebNewsFeed_) December 12, 2014
Knightley is expecting her first child with husband James Righton. Sienna was one out of a group of friends who had the chance to attend Keira’s 2013 wedding to Righton.
Currently, Knightley is getting awards buzz for her turn in the new film The Imitation Game. At the Moet British Independent Film Awards, she spoke about the film’s plot, and babies were definitely on the brain.
“The horrendous issue of trying to have a baby when you can’t. I’ve seen friends who’ve been through this, it seems like one of the most dramatic things that can happen to half of the population – and actually, the other half as well because, my god, the unbelievable toll it takes on male partners – and there are no good films about it.”
— Glamour Magazine UK (@GlamourMagUK) December 18, 2014
As for Sienna, she spoke to Vogue earlier in the month to talk about how overwhelmed she was about motherhood.
“I was overwhelmed by how normal it felt. It was like, ‘There you are — that’s what I have been missing.’ Like we’re both in on something only we know. An amazing sense of being complicit with a little being.”
Miller has been with Tom Sturridge for three years. The actress had nothing but kind things to say about Sturridge.
“Tom is a grounded, intelligent, kind, and intact person. That’s amazing to be around. That’s the father of my child. There’s no drama.”
The no drama extends to Miller’s domestic life with Sturridge and their child.
“It’s very normal, very kind of still. We go to the country. I like to cook and go to Whole Foods. I have a [Newfoundland[ dog – not a dog but a bear – who when I walk pulls me over flat on my face into the mud. My baby pukes on me. It’s life. It’s very much a normal life.”