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Kate Winslet: Funky faddy diets are absurd

Published 20/10/2015

Kate Winslet
Kate Winslet

Kate Winslet, who wowed in a skin-tight gown at the BFI London Film Festival premiere of Steve Jobs on Sunday night (18Oct15), insists she stays in shape by playing with her kids.

Kate Winslet is not interested in adopting “strange elimination diets”, as she believes trendy eating habits are silly.

The 40-year-old actress wowed when she stepped out in a navy dress by Alexander McQueen at the BFI London Film Festival premiere of her new movie Steve Jobs last weekend (17-18Oct15).

But the star’s enviable figure is not due to any dietary restriction, as she attributes her gorgeous frame to caring for her three children.

“I’m not one of these people who believes in strange elimination diets,” she told British newspaper The Mirror.

“You have to not have strange relationships with food or faddy types of things because how time consuming and boring is that? I’d rather be outside kicking a ball around with my son.”

Kate simply cannot resist eating delicious things long enough to stick to a diet anyway.

She is committed to pleasing her palate at all costs.

“And whenever I say ‘Right, I’m not going to drink alcohol for a month,’ the first thing I do is go and have a glass of wine or eat cake,” the thespian smiled.

Kate is also not a fan of going under the knife.

It is unlikely she will ever receive a huge plastic surgery overhaul.

“Nothing crazy and no funky face things,” she insisted.

Kate lives in the English countryside with her family.

And she is convinced her glow has something to do with the environment surrounding the family home.

“We live in England now and I have to say I think that living outside London, outside a big city, we have lots of fresh and quite clean air,” Kate said. “We live fairly close to the ocean so I think that definitely makes a difference to all of us, you know, in just quality of life.”

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