TWICE KNIGHTLEY; Keira Voted the Sexiest Woman in the World and Named New Face of Chanel

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TWICE KNIGHTLEY; Keira Voted the Sexiest Woman in the World and Named New Face of Chanel


Byline: By Sherna Noah

ACTRESS Keira Knightley has been voted the world's sexiest woman.

And the 21-year-old Oscar nominee had double the reason to celebrate yesterday as she was named the new face of Chanel's Coco Mademoiselle perfume.

Scots beauty Keira topped FHM's 100 Sexiest Women poll ahead of glamour model Keeley Hazel and US actress Scarlett Johansson.

Last year's winner, model and TV presenter Kelly Brook, slipped to fifth place behind Tomb Raider star Angelina Jolie.

Pride And Prejudice star Keira, 21, whose mum is Ayrshire-born playwright Sharman MacDonald, shot up the annual chart from 18th last year.

Sports presenter Kirsty Gallacher, 30, the daughter of Scottish golfer Bernard Gallacher, took75th place.

Other British names in the top 100 included TV presenter Fearne Cotton (19), Celebrity Big Brother star Chantelle (50), singer Joss Stone (65), model Kate Moss (87) and Prince William's girlfriend Kate Middleton (94). …

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