Keira Knightley wraps up warm in black coat as she returns to filming Boston Strangler 1

Keira Knightley wraps up warm in black coat as she returns to filming Boston Strangler

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Keira Knightley wraps up warm in black coat and green jumper after returning to work filming Boston Strangler following recovery from Covid


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Keira Knightley cut a casual figure as she stepped out in Boston on Thursday after returning to filming the Boston Strangler. 

The actress, 36, is back at work on the upcoming project after contracting a breakthrough case of Covid. 

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The film star was dressed in a dark green jumper along with a pair of brown trousers and matching boots.

Back in action: Kiera Knightley was back in action as she stepped out in Boston after returning to filming her new movie Boston Strangler

Back in action: Kiera Knightley was back in action as she stepped out in Boston after returning to filming her new movie Boston Strangler  

Keira also donned a brown and cream patterned scarf and wrapped up in a black padded coat.

The actress’ brunette locks were in a vintage style while she put safety first with a face shield. 

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Keira described her battle with COVID-19 in an interview with the Sunday Telegraph’s Stella magazine.

Keira is married to Klaxons musician James Righton and they share two daughters, Edie, six and Delilah, two – who she revealed were faring better than her.

Outfit: The film star was dressed in a dark green jumper along with a pair of brown trousers and matching boots

Outfit: The film star was dressed in a dark green jumper along with a pair of brown trousers and matching boots

She said of her asymptomatic husband: ‘[He is] being very smug about it – he is convinced it’s because he’s one of those cold-water swimmers and I’m not.’

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The actress admitted she was ‘feeling pretty rubbish.’

A rep for the actress told People that Keira and her husband were fully vaccinated and had finished their required 10 days in quarantine.

Health: A rep for the actress told People that Keira and her husband were fully vaccinated and had finished their required 10 days in quarantine

Health: A rep for the actress told People that Keira and her husband were fully vaccinated and had finished their required 10 days in quarantine

In October it was revealed that double-jabbed people still have a one in four chance of catching Covid from an infected household member, according to a study by ‘Professor Lockdown’ Neil Fergusson.

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This is even the case if the person infected was fully jabbed themselves, in what is known as a vaccine breakthrough case, said Imperial College London researchers.

However, jabbed people recovered quicker from the virus, resulting in less severe and shorter symptoms. Being vaccinated also decreases a person’s chance of getting Covid in the first place.

Risk: In October it was revealed that double-jabbed people still have a one in four chance of catching Covid from an infected household member

Risk: In October it was revealed that double-jabbed people still have a one in four chance of catching Covid from an infected household member

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