Kate Winslet Covers Vogue: See Her Stunning Pregnant Photo Shoot
What better way to capture a pregnancy than on the cover of Vogue? Kate Winslet, who is expecting her third child, graces the magazine's November issue, and poses with her burgeoning baby bump in a stunning photo shoot with famed photographer Mario Testino, who's worked with the likes of Princess Diana, Kate Middleton and Madonna among many others.
On the cover, the 38-year-old actress shows off her pregnancy glow in a gorgeous headshot. In one high-fashion inside shot, Winslet wears a black Donna Karan New York jersey wrap dress that hugs her curves. She accessorizes with a Duro Olowu metallic silk jacquard cape and Art Smith cuff from Leah Gordon Antiques.
Winslet announced in June that she was expecting her first child with husband Ned Rocknroll, whom she secretly wed in December 2012. The Titanic actress is already mom to daughter Mia, 13, and son Joe, 9, from two previous marriages.
Winslet's interview with the magazine is about her new marriage, pregnancy and why her life has never been better. In the article, writer Vicki Woods also refers to the star as the "feisty little madam in a maternity dress." Winslet even jokingly cursed out Testino, yelling, "Actually, Mario, do you even know how to take a fackin' photograph?"
Credit: Mario Testino/Vogue
On Oct. 14, Winslet attended the BFI London Film Festival premiere of her latest movie, Labor Day, and shared an update with Us Weekly on her latest pregnancy cravings. "At the moment I seem to be wanting orange juice a lot," the British actress said. "I don't know quite why that is, but it's not so weird. I wish I could tell you I had some weird craving. I wish I could be like that woman on the advert who loves tuna fish and banana, but I'm not like that at all."
Winslet said she's feeling good approaching her third trimester, and explained, "I've still got a way to go, so I'm not quite waddling." But the Oscar-winning actress jokingly added, "Just don't let me sneeze, because I might wet myself at the same time."
To read Winslet's interview, pick up the November issue of Vogue on newsstands nationwide Oct. 22.