Kate Winslet gets airbrushed for Vanity Fair
An airbrushed Kate Winslet appears on the cover of next month's Vanity Fair despite the English actress having been outspoken in the past about the use of photo editing. The star of Titanic famously criticised GQ magazine back in 2003 for retouching a cover photo to make her appear thinner.
Winslet told reporters in 2003 that: 'I don't want people to think I was a hypocrite and had suddenly gone and lost 30 pounds, which is something I would never do. And more importantly, I don't want to look like that.' But the new photos appear to be heavily airbrushed.
The Vanity Fair shoot features a naked Winslet, apart from some stockings and high heels, lying across a fur covered chaise longue in homage to Catherine Deneuve in Belle de Jour. It will be interesting to see if the 33-year-old actress approved of the digital retouching this time round.