“I think my days are getting a little bit numbered of doing nudity,” she mentioned. “I’m just not that comfortable doing it anymore. It’s not even really an age thing, actually. There comes a point where people are going to go, ‘Oh, here she goes again.’” She jokes that it’s not honest to digicam operators to need to work to get the perfect angles as her physique adjustments.
Ms. Winslet has a daughter, Mia, 20, along with her first husband, Jim Threapleton, a director whom she met on the set of “Hideous Kinky.” She has a son, Joe, 17, with Sam Mendes, her second husband. And she additionally has a son, Bear, 7, along with her present husband, who has gone again to his unique title, Edward Abel Smith, from his playful pseudonym, Ned Rocknroll.
“He added ‘Winslet’ as one of his middle names, just simply because the children have Winslet,” the actress mentioned. “When we’re all traveling together, to all have that name on the passport makes life easier.” (Bear’s center title is Blaze, after the fireplace that Kate and Ned escaped that burned down the British Virgin Islands house of Richard Branson, her husband’s uncle.)
“He’s the superhot, superhuman, stay-at-home dad,” she mentioned of her husband, as she smiled fortunately. “He looks after us, especially me. I said to him earlier, like, ‘Neddy, could you do something for me?’ He just went, ‘Anything.’” She swoons, noting that his lengthy hair now offers him the look of “an ocean warrior.”
She breaks into tune, crooning that they go collectively like “shama lama ding dong.” “He is an absolutely extraordinary life partner,” she mentioned. “I’m so, so, so lucky. For a man who is severely dyslexic, as he is, he’s great at testing me on lines. It’s so hard for him to read out loud, but he still does it.”
She added that “He didn’t particularly plan on meeting and marrying a woman who is in the public eye and therefore having been so judged.” She finds it amusing that, as an alternative of being rock ’n’ roll, he’s very Zen. “He’s vegan, does yoga, breath work and cold water swims.”