Kate Winslet couldn't care less about losing her looks as she ages.
The Oscar-winning actress insists she has no worries about her looks changing since she starred opposite Leonardo DiCaprio in Titanic at age 21.
''Oh my God, I couldn’t give a sh*t,” she replied when asked about ageing. ''I mean, I’m so much less self-conscious and I think that’s something to do with getting older and acceptance of one’s self, feeling stronger, feeling more confident…
''I mean, I remember being 21 and imagining that at 36 my tits would be around my knees and I would have bad hair and terrible teeth. When you are younger, somehow being in your later thirties just seems really old.
''But I feel stronger, fitter and more comfortable in my own skin now than I have ever done.''
The British actress has been through two divorces and raises two children. Kate believes her personal struggles have made her a stronger person.
''I have this lovely career and I have these two beautiful children and I get all that. But there is something about hanging on to your sense of self as a woman in spite of having children and in spite of going through a lot of fairly big-deal things in my own personal life,'' she told British newspaper The Sun.
''I’m just like anyone else when it comes to those things. It doesn’t matter if you are a successful individual or not, you are still a human being and it’s tough.
''That's the stuff of life — it’s tough — and lots of us have been there. I think I have emerged from some of those times feeling genuinely good and well and strong and together and with my children.''
- Cover Media
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