Keira Knightley explains why The Beatles are now her parenting secret weapon | #parenting

Keira Knightley has revealed that The Beatles are giving a hand in the parenting stakes as her young daughter has become obsessed with the legendary band.

The 35-year-old Hollywood actress is married to Klaxons star James Righton, 37, and together they have two daughters – five-year-old Edie and one-year-old Delilah.

And it seems the Star Wars Episode 1 actress’ eldest daughter has become one of The Beatles biggest fans – which appears to have been something of a blessing and a curse for Keira.

The actress explained that she is managing to keep her daughter entertained by the iconic band by playing their classic films; A Hard Day’s Night, Help!, Magical Mystery Tour, and Yellow Submarine.

Keira Knightley says she has found a new way to keep her eldest daughter amused

Opening up to the Daily Mail, Keira said of her daughter’s music preference: “It is really obsessive. She knows all of the four films.”

As an Oscar nominated star herself, it seems Kira is happy to endure a little bit of pain in order to see her daughter happy.

She confessed: “I am a fan of The Beatles, but the films are not that great.

The Fab Four have proven to be a secret weapon when it comes to entertaining Keira’s daughter

“But we watch them on a loop. Hard Day’s Night – she knows all the words.”

And it seems Edie has a favourite star within the Fab Four.

Keira said: “Paul McCartney is her big one. Every time he comes on the screen she just screams.”

Keira says she has The Beatles movies ‘on a loop’ to entertain her daughter

Love Actually star Keira has previously discussed how her daughter loves popular animation show Paw Patrol.

She said in an interview last year: “We’re really deep, deep, deep into ‘Paw Patrol.’   It’s like toddler crack, isn’t it?

‘Which is kind of a good thing because you go, OK it’s been Saturday night, maybe you had a couple more glasses of wine than you should have and then Sunday morning, ‘Paw Patrol’… absolutely amazing.




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