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Keira Knightley wears David Morris earrings to the London premiere of her new film The Imitation Game

In David Morris diamond earrings and Valentino gown, Keira Knightley braved the London weather for the premiere of her new film The Imitation Game.

12 October 2014

By Ase Anderson in London

Actress Keira Knightley looked every inch the English rose in a pair of stunning David Morris diamond earrings at the premiere of her new film The Imitation Game.

The David Morris pink and white diamond Pagoda earrings perfectly complemented the actress' gold lace Valentino Couture dress as she braved the blustery weather for the opening of the 58th BFI London Film Festival last week.

The Imitation Game tells the story of British code-breaking genius Alan Turing, played by Sherlock star Benedict Cumberbatch. In the film Keira Knightley plays Joan Clarke, the English cryptanalyst who worked alongside Turing at Bletchley Park to crack the German ciphers.

The film was selected to open the 2014 London Film Festival at Odeon Leicester Square and it also won The People's Choice Award at the recent Toronto Film Festival.

It is not the first time that Keira has sparkled in David Morris jewels. Last year she wore several of the London jeweller's pieces, including the Wildflower pearl necklace, for a feature in Rika magazine. 

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