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She last stepped into the water for her role in James Cameron's Titanic, which she starred in opposite Leonardo DiCaprio 22 years ago.
And Kate Winslet braved the ocean waves once again as she got to work on set of **** romantic drama Ammonite alongside Saoirse Ronan on the Beach at Eype near Bridport, Dorset, on Monday.
Paleontologist - Mary - Anning - Actress - Fossil
Portraying paleontologist Mary Anning, the actress, 43, was stoic as she embodied the fossil hunter, who made important discoveries about Jurassic marine fossil beds in the Victorian era.
Kate barely batted an eyelid as she was hit by the strong waves, and she was dressed in a chequered period costume which had a starch white collar.
Brunette - Locks - Bun - Amount - Make-up
Her brunette locks were styled in a chic bun, and she wore a minimal amount of make-up to give her a natural look.
While it was unlikely to be dangerous, a member of the crew was on hand nearby to assist Kate if anything went awry as she walked along the beach and into the sea.
Production - Film - Family - Dinosaur - Pioneer
Production on the film continues even after the family of dinosaur pioneer Anning hit out at the filmmakers for 'inventing' the fact that she was gay.
The Titanic went down in the North Atlantic Ocean on April 15, 1912, during her maiden voyage from Southampton to New York after striking an iceberg.
Film - Account - RMS - Titanic - Sinking
The film is a fictionalised account of the RMS Titanic's sinking in April 1912, which killed more than 1500 passengers after the ship collided with an iceberg.
James Cameron's screen version followed the story of the wandering Jack Dawson and upper class Rose DeWitt Bukater - who fall in love aboard the ship, ahead of its tragic voyage.
Titanic - Films - Eleven - Oscars
Titanic was released in 1997, and went on to become one of the most successful films ever - bagging eleven of the fourteen Oscars it was nominated for...
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