It takes a lot to rock Kate Winslet's world!
The Divergent actress was just one of millions who experienced the 4.4 magnitude earthquake in California. Winslet opened up about the experience—and her cool as a cucumber reaction to it—during Tuesday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show.
"I've never been in an earthquake. No, never. And so it's 6:20 something or other and I'm sitting in the hotel here in L.A. and I'm pumping because I have a 14-week-old baby [Bear Blaze]. I'm here for 48 hours I couldn't bring him. It's too far—it's a 12-hour plane ride. And so I'm pumping, starting at my beautiful picture of my beautiful baby boy and my husband's on the other line and the room starts to shake," the movie star recalled. "So, I said, 'I've got to go. I got to call you back.'"
The Academy Award winner hung up and ran into the doorframe with her friend, who did her best to comfort Winslet. "I just carried on pumping through the whole entire thing," the actress said, laughing.
"You know us girls! We just do it, don't we?" Winslet continued. "When you do it, you just do it!"