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Kate Winslet Angry Over Reports of Her Dieting

We all know that Kate Winslet has zero tolerance for the fashion industry size zero culture. Although it seemed she had the last word on her weight, she is now upset by being called a dieter.

The BBC is reporting that Kate is planning on suing the weekly magazine Grazia over claims she visited a diet doctor in California. She said:

I'm very upset, it's categorically untrue, it's a complete lie. I don't want people thinking that I would ever go to a diet doctor. I never have done, and I never will."

Kate knows she is a role model for young girls and wants them to know that having a curvy body is natural and that she is happy with the way she looks.

Anyway, if she was dieting (and I am not she saying she is), she did the right thing. It is important to consult with your doctor when starting a weight loss regimen.

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chancleta chancleta 8 years
I think she fluctuates because like most normal women she struggles with her weight. I appreciate her being a healthy role model and commend her for taking a stand.
mandiesoh mandiesoh 8 years
i agree honeysugar!!
aras8218 aras8218 8 years
I appreciate her being a role model for curvy girls.
honeysugar28 honeysugar28 8 years
Well maybe if her weight didn't fluctuate so frequently nobody would comment on it. Just a thought.
puddinpie puddinpie 8 years
I think she is a very good role model for the most part, although I do take offense to how she exclaims over "size 0" women. A size 0 is the same as a vintage size 6 or 8, and women certainly wore these sizes in the 1950s and 60s. I am well within my healthy weight range for my height, but I can fit into smaller sizes because I have a lot of muscle. So why pick on one group of smaller-sized women when trying to promote body acceptance for all women? Seems hypocritical.
mandiesoh mandiesoh 8 years
to be completely honest, she DID lose alot of weight! compare her now and then (like titanic?) she lost alot! but i like how shes now the right size. not too skinny. she looks healthy and fab.
UrbanBohemian UrbanBohemian 8 years
It's like she'll never escape discussions about weight and body image. But I like her stance all the way.
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