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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.
Rumor has it, Leonardo DiCaprio gave her away in the low-key nuptials attended by a small group of close friends and family members.
Johnny Knoxville, Seann William Scott, Gerard Butler, Naomi Watts, Anna Faris, Chris Pratt, Chloe Moretz and Hugh Jackman are some other stars who appear in the hilarious trailer.
Other royal honor recipients include boybander Gary Barlow, Alexander McQueen designer Sarah Burton, pro golfer Luke Donald and goalkeeper David James.
The 'Ellen DeGeneres Show' host inserts herself in the famous scene to join Leonardo DiCaprio in making a portrait of naked Winslet.
'The Ellen DeGeneres Show' host comes in the scene, which features Winslet's Rose disrobing in front of Leonardo DiCaprio's Jack, as the one who brings the paints.
The Rose DeWitt Bukater depicter wishes she could go back and bring all the knowledge she has learned to improve her acting in the James Cameron-directed movie.
Believing that she's aged better than her co-star, the actress playing Rose DeWitt Bukater in the epic disaster film jokes in recent interview, 'You know, he's fatter now. I'm thinner.'
Winslet and Grammer are Best Actress in a Mini-Series and Best Drama Actor respectively, with 'Downton Abbey', 'Homeland' and 'Enlightened' also already taking an award each.
When stopping by 'The Graham Norton Show', the 'Mildred Pierce' actress reveals the 'strangest things' she did before escaping from a fire at Richard Branson's Necker Island home last August.
Winslet's 'Mildred Pierce' co-star Guy Pearce takes home the Oustanding Supporting Actor title, while Outstanding Supporting Actress kudo TV Movie/Miniseries goes to Maggie Smith of 'Downton Abbey'.
The Nancy of the Roman Polanski-directed film dons a figure-hugging dress at the red carpet event on the second day of the film festival, joining co-stars John C. Reilly and Christoph Waltz.