Despite the fact that she so obviously does have an eating disorder, she goes to great lengths to tell Australian Marie Claire that her life revolves around food and eating. But I think she may have revealed more than she wanted to (emphasis mine):
“I’m a big foodie. In my family life, all good things revolve around the dinner table. My mum’s cooking is great. We have big dinners, and big everything. There’s nothing like a really good chip, a really crunchy, good chip. And I love pasta. I make Bolognese with tons and tons of Parmesan cheese.”Here's how you know that you're not eating enough: When you refer to chips as "a chip." Who eats one chip? Next time Keira wants to convince the world that she consumes food like a normal human being, she may want to ask around and find out how other humans eat. My advice is to try the word "bag." For example, "there's nothing like a really good bag of chips."
Unless bags of chips are coming with a lot more air in them than they used to, methinks that Keira has a problem.