Titanic’s re-release Wednesday was an excellent opportunity for Kate Winslet to look back at herself, 15 years ago. It was also an opportunity for the rest of us to look back and see how much she has changed.
Winslet told the DailyMail, “We do look very different, we’re older. Leo’s 37, I’m 36-we were 21 and 22 when we made that film. You know, he’s fatter now-I’m thinner.”
Although the actress was teasing her co-star, she makes a valid point. She is thinner now than she was back then.
When Titanic first came out, it catapulted Kate into stardom, which also meant her weight became everyone’s business. Her struggle with her weight became as famous as the movie itself. But now, she has achieved a figure she is happy with and can look back with a smug smile.
She can also smile because she didn’t let Hollywood dictate her weight while she was struggling. GQ Magazine sent her an apology after they digitally altered her pictures to make her look thinner.
Even though she didn’t let Hollywood bully her, she did look to help with her weight loss.
According to Angela Haupt from UsNews Health, Winslet did a certain diet to help her shed her baby weight. It is called the facial analysis diet. It was created by celebrity nutritionist Elizabeth Gibaud. The diet is based on the belief that different face shapes require different diets. It says that facial imperfections, such as forehead wrinkles or large pores, can signal certain dietary needs.
The article says that people with red or puffy cheeks are signs of dairy intolerance. People with shiny noses are advised to avoid mangoes, chocolate, yeast-related products, red wine and white flour, while sticking to apples, cucumbers, potatoes and oats. The exam begins by first examining the skin for markings, colors and texture.
A customized plan is created based of the initial analysis. The plans begins with a two-day detox. Most versions of the diet are low in calories, but also states the diet is not backed by scientific research.
It seems that whatever Kate did, it has certainly worked. She looks even more beautiful today and how did she enjoy watching the re-release of the film, Titanic?
She told ITV show Daybreak, “It was like someone saying, ‘We’re going to take a home video of you that lasts three-and-a-half hours and we’re going to make the world watch it all over again, it was totally bizarre.”
April 6th, 2012