Belfast Telegraph

Tuesday 30 September 2014

Kate Winslet happy to bare all in movies

No hang-ups: Kate Winslet

KATE Winslet says she has got over any insecurities she has had about her body and is comfortable with her imperfections.

The Hollywood star – who has occasionally had to appear naked on screen – said she has no difficulties with looking like a "real" woman and has embraced the way she looks.

In an interview with Total Film magazine, she said: "As I get older, I really don't care about what people think of me and how I look – I don't have that physical insecurity any more.

"I just don't have it. Plus I do feel very determined that if I'm called to do any level of nudity on screen, I have to look real, I have to look like a woman, I have to look like myself.

"The idea of that whole perfect thing makes me so crazy."

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