The actress, 32, stepped out with her husband of five years James Righton, 34, and their two-year-old daughter Edie for some quality time on the swings and slides at the park.
Keira looked casual and natural in a taupe-coloured coat with fur lining and buttons on the front.
He wore skinny black jeans and dark boots to finish off the outfit.
The family were seen heading to the park together where they enjoyed some time on the slide with James carrying Edie to the top and sliding down it himself.
Coming up, she’ll star in The Edge of Love (Sienna Miller), a movie penned by her mum, and she’ll embody the Duchess of Devonshire in The Duchess.
We always saw her as more of a princess, but whatever.
After a few starring roles in TV movies, Keira kick-started her career (pun intended) as soccer-loving teen Jules Paxton in Bend It Like Beckham (Parminder Nagra, Archie Panjabi).Wait, no, we mean Rupert Friend.) Then in 2005, Keira got off on her bad side as a bounty hunter in Tony Scott’s Domino, and in 2007 she spiced up the screen again in Atonement (Romola Garai).British through and through, Keira has said she prefers dating English men, and she’s a rabid supporter of football club West Ham United.Knightley admits that there’s been some progress with the writing of more current films.‘There’s been some improvement,’ she tells Hollywood’s Variety magazine.‘I’m suddenly being sent scripts with present-day women who aren’t raped in the first five pages and aren’t simply there to be the loving girlfriend or wife.’Knightley, who is married to musician James Righton, formerly of the Klaxons, admits she’s missed out on earning big money in Hollywood by not being pushy enough.‘For the first time recently I got paid a little bit more than my male co-stars,’ she says.‘I haven’t tried to push back on it much.