, Winslet recalls how she dealt with the constant criticism of her weight after Titanic became a phenomenon in the late 90s. "It was almost laughable how shocking, how critical, how straight-up cruel tabloid journalists were to me," she tells the outlet. "I was still figuring out who the hell I bloody well was!
They would comment on my size, they'd estimate what I weighed, they'd print the supposed diet I was on. It was critical and horrible and so upsetting to read."Out of all the comments she received, there's one she still remembers.
The , "If she just lost five pounds, Leo would've been able to fit on the raft." “In my 20s, people would talk about my weight a lot,” she says. "And I would be called to comment on my physical self.Read more on glamour.com