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Miss Knightley, 33, was also filmed helping to deface an advertising poster with red spray paint.
Keira Knightley and Jessie Buckley run down a London street during filming for Misbehaviour
The actresses were also spotted defacing an advertising poster with red spray paint for a scene in the film which is about how the Women’s Lib movement came to prominence
She and an accomplice, played by Jessie Buckley, changed the slogan ‘Keep the man in your life happy’ to ‘Keep the woman in your life happy. Learn to bloody cook’.
Misbehaviour is about how the Women’s Lib movement came to prominence by attacking the 1970 Miss World contest in London with flour bombs, forcing host Bob Hope to flee the stage.
The contest, seen by 100million viewers globally, was won by Jennifer Hosten of Grenada – the first black Miss World. She is played in the film by Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
Jennifer Hosten from Grenada was crowned the winner of the 1970 Miss World beauty pageant by American entertainer and host Bob Hope