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Winslet Airbrushed on GQ Cover to Appear Thinner
Gentleman’s Quarterly magazine has admitted to airbrushing images of Kate Winslet to make her look much thinner than she really is.
The star of “Iris” appears on the front cover of the latest issue sporting accentuated cheekbones and noticeably smaller breasts and legs. But according to editor Dylan Jones, the actress loves the “digitally manipulated” shots.
In an interview with the London Evening Standard he says, “Kate saw the pictures before publication and loved them. Various parts have been improved, including her stomach and legs. As far as I remember she was aware of the alterations.
“I’ll be very surprised and a little disappointed if she is anything other than completely happy. I don’t think we’ve gone too far √≥ I think she looks magnificent,” the editor adds.
Winsletís New York publicist Robert Garlock, confirms the actress had approved the photos before publication.
Winslet gained considerable weight following the birth of her daughter Mia. In the GQ interview she says: “What is sexy? All I know from the men I’ve spoken to is that women think in order to be adored they have to be thin. Very thin. I just don’t understand that way of thinking.”
Winslet, 27, will be next appearing in Alan Parker√≠s “The Life of David Gale” with Kevin Spacey. She√≠ll be appearing next in Marc Foster√≠s “Neverland” with Johnny Depp, and will soon begin work on Michel Gondry√≠s “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind” opposite Jim Carrey.