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Kate tells U.K. Harper's Bazaar that 'life is just too short to focusing on things' like losing baby weight, adding, 'I want to keep my health and my sanity.'
According to a new report, the 'Divergent' star is currently in negotiations to play a female lead role in the Danny Boyle-directed flick.
Kate Winslet's Jeanine calls 'for extreme measures' to curb Tris' rebellion and prevent her from finding answers to the Erudite puzzle.
During an appearance on 'The Ellen DeGeneres Show', the 'Divergent' actress says that the name Bear is inspired by her friend's nickname.
Winslet, who receives the star in a ceremony a few hours after a 4.4 earthquake shook Southern California, says in her speech that the earthquake 'frightened me quite a lot actually.'
In an interview with U.K.'s Glamour magazine for its February issue, the 'Titanic' actress says of her son's name, 'People might judge all they like, but I'm a f**king grown-up.'
A representative confirms that the 'Titanic' star and her husband Ned Rocknroll have named their baby boy, who was born two weeks ago, Bear Winslet.
The actress and her third husband welcome their first child together a year after their secret marriage.
The 'Titanic' star may be close to her due date but she still rocks a gorgeous red gown at the special screening of her latest movie in London.
Winslet plays a single mother who agrees to help and take home a wounded man, who is later revealed to be an escaped convict.
The 'Titanic' lead actress debuts her growing belly as she went out for grocery shopping near her home in England.
The 'Titanic' star and her husband Ned Rocknroll, who tied the knot six months ago, are 'delighted' over the pregnancy news.
The 'Titanic' actress is set to play Jeanine Matthews in the film adapted from Veronica Roth's novel.
The 'Titanic' leading lady is spotted wearing her new gem around two months after secretly tying the knot with Ned Rocknroll.
The Virgin Group mogul gave the ticket as a way to say thanks to the actress for saving his mother last year.