Despite looking absolutely flipping fantastic, we have a feeling Kate Winslet isn't going to like the photos of her in the latest edition of Australia's Madison magazine.
The curse of Photoshop has struck again for the Titanic actress, who famously objects to being airbrushed.
The shots show Kate looking a little more flawless than usual with wrinkle-free skin and extra defined cheekbones.
In 2003, she was outraged when GQ magazine altered her cover shot to make her look slimmer.
And then three years ago she defended her appearance against the airbrushing gun.
"I have wrinkles which are very evident," she said. "I will particularly say when I look at movie posters, 'You guys have airbrushed my forehead. Please can you change it back?'"
Kate was looking more herself at the premiere of Titanic 3D last night in London.
She shone in a flowing LBD with glittery shoulderpads at the event held at the Royal Albert Hall.
The iconic 90s film is being re-released in 3D to commemorate the 100th anniversary of when the ill-fated ship sank.
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