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.'
Kate Winslet talks about her newborn son taking her last name in an interview with U.K.'s Glamour magazine. In the magazine's February issue, the "Titanic" actress says that she is fed up with people commenting on her son's name.
"We haven't ever really had that conversation; it was always going to have my name. Mia and Joe have it as part of their name, so it would be weird if this baby didn't. Of course we're not going to call it RocknRoll. People might judge all they like, but I'm a f**king grown-up," she tells the magazine.
Winslet additionally shares in the interview that she is not in a hurry to get rid of baby weight. "Having just had a baby, I'm not going to be thinking about my arse," says the 38-year-old star who welcomed baby Bear Winslet, her first child with Ned Rocknroll, on December 7.
The Oscar-winning actress continues saying that parenthood contributed to her appearance in her most-recent movie "Labor Day". It's "a part I could not have played had I not been a parent. Ultimately, I was drawn to it because it's a film about the desire for a family - and family has played such a role in my life. It's my core, really," she explains. Despite her success, Winslet admits that she is not confident at times, "Acting is bloody scary. I still have moments when I think 'I can't do this - everybody thinks I'm absolutely s**t.' "