Keira Knightley may be excited about being engaged to Klaxons keyboardist James Righton, but that doesn't mean she knows the first thing about planning a wedding.

"The problem is...everybody keeps going, 'So when is it going to happen?' and 'What's the dress like?' the actress tells Ellen DeGeneres while appearing on her show (airing today). "It's all quite terrifying, and I sort of looked up on the Internet, if you're getting married, what should you do? I really don't have a clue."

After noting she's never been one of those girls who's dreamed of a "fantasy wedding," Knightley added, "I don't get what the big deal is. You say, 'I do,' 'I do.' You drink a bit."

So has the World Wide Web been any help when it comes to being a bride-to-be?

"They keep talking about things like bridal tea parties," Knightley says. "I mean, what is a bridal tea party? I've never had a tea party in my life. So the idea that you should suddenly have a tea party because you're getting married suddenly just really confused me. So the whole thing is kind of quite confusing, I think."

Hang in there, Keira. We're sure it'll all work out in the end!

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