Kate Winslet has got it going on!
The Insurgent actress looks beautiful as ever on the cover InStyle's April 2015 issue, and the 39-year-old movie star reveals in the interview, she's feeling better than ever, too! The thrice-married mother of three begins by discussing her recent pregnancy with son Bear Blaze, saying, "I filmed A Little Chaos during my first trimester. I literally had sick bags hidden under my skirts. We had to keep letting out the clothes. I had boobs like a shelf—it was bonkers. I go soft and doughy quite quickly when I'm pregnant."
Not long after she gave birth in December 2013, Winslet was back on set. "I loved getting back to work and squeezing myself into some slick, sexy clothes," she recalls. Though she wasn't back to her pre-baby weight, Winslet explains that she wouldn't "have wanted to be" slimmer sooner. "I am genuinely baffled by those women who have babies and then want to look like they haven't had them. I've definitely got myself back into shape now, but my days of nude scenes are well and truly over, thank God!" she says.
Becoming a mother, she says, helped her learn to love her body.
"I still dip in and out of feeling confident as much as the next person, but I can genuinely say, now more than ever, that I really do love the fact that I'm curvy," she says. "I've got boobs and a bum and a man who loves me. When you go through the sort of scrutiny that I have, you have to choose a means of dealing with that level of judgment. My way has always been to take a good look at how my career is going. The way I see it, I have an incredibly fulfilling, rewarding career that has nothing to do with the size of my arse." Winslet sees herself aging, but adds, "The wrinkles are here and they're here to stay."
That's right: Winslet has no plans to ever getting Botox. "Look, I take care of my skin. I have regular facials," the Oscar winner explains. "But, let's face it, there are only so many facials one can have."
Vanity doesn't matter to Winslet, who goes to yoga "whenever" she can and says cooking "relaxes" her. When she's not making a movie, she wants to be home with her children and husband Ned Rocknroll. "Ned is really the most fantastic, hands-on daddy. He's like a superman. And that makes such a difference," she tells InStyle, on stands March 20. "I'm so lucky. I can't believe how lucky I am, actually."