Kate Winslet is Haunted by Her Nude ‘Titanic’ Photo; Says it still ‘Haunts’ Her

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By charmaine corne clutton | April 4, 2014 1:34 PM EST

Kate Winslet was forever immortalized in James Cameron's hit movie "Titanic."

Before anyone knew who Kate Winslet and Leonardo DiCaprio were, the two starred in the movie, "Titanic," that certainly paved ways to their career in Hollywood. Winslet who is an Oscar winner says that she is still "haunted" by the nude "Titanic" portrait painted of her in the movie. It has also paved way to numerous memes of "Paint me like one of your French girls."

As reported by the Huffington post, the "Divergent" star has been trying to avoid the sketches and copies of that certain nude portrait which was done seventeen years ago. At the red carpet premier of "Divergent," a fan had asked to sign a photo of her portrait in "Titanic," the star said that she didn't sign it saying:

"I don't sign that one, It feels very uncomfortable. Why would you do that? ... They were asking me to sign it. People ask me to sign that one a lot, and actually there's a photo of it as well that someone's lifted from a still of the film. That photo gets passed around. It's like, 'No, I didn't mean for it to be a photograph that I would end up seeing 16, 17 years later. It is still haunting me, It's quite funny, really."

The Oscar winner stars in the movie adaptation, "Divergent" alongside Shailene Woodley and Theo James. "Divergent" has been raking in the dollars and is set for two more movies. It has been a good movie so far and movie goers are enthraled.

Kate Winslet would seriously be regretting having ever done that scene but it seems that people will always remember her as, Rose when she was painted by Leonardi DiCaprio in the movie, in fact it wasn't really Leonardi DiCaprio sketching the portrait but director James Cameron.

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