The Titanic star, Kate Winslet has always been very vocal about the rumors swirling around whether the actress had gone under the knife to preserve her charismatic looks. She has clearly denied and said a big clear no to all such rumors.
She even revealed how it took her almost “two years” to regain her natural blonde color after getting her hair dyed red for the Oscar-winning movie Titanic. To know more about what the actress feels about plastic surgery or whether or not the actress had gone under the knife read the full article.
Kate Winslet’s early life
The Oscar-winning actress Kate Elizabeth Winslet was born on 5 October 1975 in Berkshire, England. She came to fame in the year 1997 starring alongside Leonardo DiCaprio in the movie Titanic.
She gradually gained a plethora of fans and soon became the most searched, followed, and loved actress all across the world.
Kate Winslet’s net worth
Kate Winslet’s net worth is reported to have accumulated a fortune of $65 million dollars. Being a very known actress she earns a fair share of money from her collaborations and brand endorsements.
Kate Winslet’s views on plastic surgery
The actress has clearly denied having done any kind of plastic surgery. She goes on to say
“It goes against my morals, the way that my parents brought me up, and what I consider to be natural beauty. I will never give in,”
“I am an actress, I don’t want to freeze the expression on my face.”
The actress shared that during her HBO’s Mare of Easttown, she was informed that her body didn’t seem to be perfect in one of the scenes. The director told her that “her bulgy belly fat” was visible and they have to edit that out but the actress clearly denied the process.
The actress believes that it is against “her morals” and she doesn’t want to mess with or alter her natural beauty.
“Water, water,….., water” she quotes that lots of water with an adequate amount of sleep is what keeps her energetic and makes her look young and fresh and she believes that it is the best remedy for all skin and body-related issues.
“Sleep and health play a big part in looking fresh,” the Holiday actress said about getting her full eight hours of sack time. “If I’m over-tired or stressed, no amount of make-up and hair can disguise the impact of that on one’s face.”
“Whilst my life would be too dull without salt and the odd glass of wine, we all know that cutting them out makes for a healthier complexion. At least it does in my case.”
In one of the podcasts, when she was asked how she feels on hearing all the hate shamming comments on the long-argued discussion about whether or not Jack from Titanic could have fit on the floating door. And recalling all those comments, Kate replied with a very bold statement that
“Apparently I was too fat,” she said. “They were so mean. I wasn’t even f–king fat.”
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