Growing up, Kate Winslet thought of herself as neither a screen siren nor a great beauty. Now, with both an Oscar and a Lancôme contract, she reflects on what happens after you get what you want.
Read excerpts from Kate's interview below, then pick up the latest issue of Harper's Bazaar, available on newsstands.
On being no stranger to nude scenes:
"I'm used to people openly discussing my t---. If people are noticing my boobs in a movie and saying they do what real boobs do, then that's great I'll be 34 in October. I can't keep getting away with it. There was so much [nudity] in 'The Reader' because the story required it, but people have seen enough of my bum and my boobs. I have to put them back."