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She's busy filming scenes on the set of her new film Ammonite with Saoirse Ronan.
And on Thursday, Kate Winslet, 43, showed her dynamic acting skills as she threw up during a dramatic scene for the 19th century period drama in London.
Camera - Crew - Actress - Maroon - Dress
A camera crew followed the acclaimed actress, dressed in a maroon dress with a cape, a bonnet and carrying a satchel, as she walked out of a building looking upset.
She looked ill as she quickly made her way to the back of the carriage before bending forward and vomiting - as part of the film set in the 1840s.
Kate - Scene - Wheel - Front - Pain
Kate indeed committed to her sick scene by clutching on to the wheel in front of her, seemingly in pain.
She wiped the sick off her face and walked away from the mess she made, appearing teary eyed as she covered her mouth.
Take - Oscar-winner - Team - Assistant - Tissues
After the take, the Oscar-winner was attended to by her on-set team assistant who was armed with tissues, plastic cups and a large bottle of water, while another assistant followed her with an umbrella.
MailOnline has approached Kate Winslet's representatives for comment.
Film - Kate - Mary - Anning - Fossil
In the film Kate plays Mary Anning, an English fossil collector, dealer, and palaeontologist, opposite Charlotte Murchison a Scottish amateur geologist played by Saoirse Ronan.
Despite being in the early stages of filmimg, Ammonite has already faced criticism for a central storyline focusing on a **** affair involving Anning and Murchison.
Barbara - Anning - Niece - Jurassic - Coast
Barbara Anning, a distant niece who still lives near the Jurassic Coast where the fossil hunter made many discoveries, insisted there was no proof she was ever in a same-sex relationship.
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