Kate Winslet knows how to use strong and confident words for women.
A few days after having spoken in the columns of the
on all the prejudices that she suffered during her career, in particular on her weight, the star of
(1997) expressed herself again on the diktats that women suffer - and the need to go against them.
Do not worry about physical transformations, and above all do not let yourself be overwhelmed by these concerns.
This is one of the key messages that the 47-year-old actress conveyed on the BBC 's Women's Hour
on December 8.
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“I decided not”
"I think women come into their 40s, mid-40s, thinking, 'Oh, this is the start of the decline and things are starting to change and fade away and go in directions that I don't want to see it taken anymore. And I just decided not to."
"Life is too short"
"We are becoming more woman, more powerful, sexier," added the one who shares the poster with her daughter Mia Threapleton in
I Am Ruth
“We grow more, we have the ability to speak up and say what we think and not be afraid of what people think of us, not worry about how we look quite so much.
I think it's amazing.
Let's go girls, let's just be powerful.
Why not ?
Life is too short."
During the same interview, the American comedian also opened up about the remarks she received about the appearance of her character in the detective series
Mare of Easttown
Some have pointed out that she didn't wear makeup.
In addition, during the filming of the series, she had refused that the director Craig Zobel does a new take when we saw her “little belly”.
Same for the poster where she thought it was too retouched.
"I said to them, 'Hey guys, I know exactly how many wrinkles I have in the corners of my eyes so bring them back'".
In short, in addition to being an exceptional actress, Kate Winslet is an emblem of confidence.