COVID-19 has found its way to the "Caribbean."
In a new chat with The Telegraph's Stella magazine, Keira Knightley revealed that her entire family contracted the virus, prompting them all to quarantine.
"I've got COVID and I'm feeling pretty rubbish," Keira said, noting that she's promoting her new film, "Silent Night," while quarantining.
The Oscar-nominated actress said her daughters — Edie, 6, and Delilah, 2 — and husband James Righton are all fairing better than her. James, she said, is actually asymptomatic.
"[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," the "Pirates of the Caribbean" star said.
Interestingly, Keira's newest film, which is set during Christmas, wasn't intended to be a a glimpse into the early days of the pandemic, but there are some similarities.
"We were filming scenes about the shops running out of food at the same time as the news was becoming full of stories that all of the toilet paper had gone. It was incredibly strange for everyone," she said. "I think it should come with a warning, because now everybody is coming to the film with a lived experience, hopefully not as horrific as this one, but it has suddenly become a lot more raw."
Keira previously spoke about trying to make the best of being in lockdown (the first time around) for the sake of her kids and her clothes.
"We have a trampoline in our garden, and we decided we were only allowed to wear dresses on it," she told Harper's Bazaar UK in June. "I put on red lipstick every day, and every bit of Chanel that I have in my cupboard, and my daughter Edie had Chanel ribbons plaited into her hair and fairy wings … I thought, 'What is the point of these lovely things sitting in the wardrobe, when it feels quite apocalyptic and scary outside?' It felt so important to be really happy for the kids!"