The 29-year-old actress wore a white lace gown with black bib detail to the 2015 Writers Guild of America Awards. The empire waist cut of the dress accentuated her growing belly, and she paired the frock with simple pointed-toe pumps.
Knightley was on hand to support The Imitation Game, which won Best Adapted Screenplay at the ceremony. Graham Moore based the screenplay for the film on Alan Turing: The Enigma by Andrew Hodges.
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