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6 Responses to “Kate Winslet says Grazia magazine made up diet story”

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  1. Alex says:

    Kate Winslet is an outstanding role model and proof that it’s just possible that if you have real talent you don’t need to be a stick figure to make it in Hollywood (or anywhere else)!

  2. Bex says:

    I completely relate! Since having my baby I’ve gone from a 6 to an 8 or 10 (depending the brand). And it is really tough! But like you said, why should it matter? My hubby thinks I’m hot and that’s all I need. I love these ladies who are standing up for the curvacoues figure! Rock the curves ladies! It’s (one of the reasons) why men love us 😉

  3. kailie2 says:

    Kate lost a lot of weight since her early days but I think she just adopted a healthier lifestyle. I agree about the insanity that goes on in the fashion world. I was pretty shocked when I saw runway models for the first time–they don’t look half as bad on the photos but in real life they seem like they’re about to drop dead from starvation. NOBODY can look like that w/o starvation or drugs or bulimia. We’re talking 100 lbs on 5’10” girls.. CRAZY.

  4. van says:

    We are all totally obsessed with weight!!! OMG, it’s the first thing I think about in the morning and the last thing I think about before going to sleep. It’s so hard to be content with our own weight when we see size 2 as the ideal. It’s great Kate Winslet is taking a stand!

  5. Girlygrrl says:

    Way to go Kate! You have both talent AND true beauty, a seemingly rare combination for young Hollywood.

  6. Ginny says:

    I can sort of relate. I used to wear a 5 in jeans and a 6 in dresses. I dropped a little smaller than that at one point, but that was unintentional. I was working at a karate studio and taking classes, and I ran cross country with school. Heh.

    I got put on some medicine last year that totally through my metabolism out of wack, and I gained like 30 pounds in two months! With no significant change in my diet! I don’t work out as much anymore, but its pretty bad.

    I get annoyed at the total lack of clothes for anyone over size 5 or 7. I wear 10/11/12 right now, and I cannot find decent fitting jeans. They’re either baggy, with a crotch that hangs down too far, I have to pull them up all the time, way too long (I’m only about 5’5″) or just slightly too small. American women’s sizes make absolutely no sense. I can wear a 10 at one place, but a 14 at another! It kills your self esteem sometimes.

    That was kind of a tangent, but it makes me really happy to see gorgeous women standing up for healthy women. I wish I could be that comfortable with my weight.