By Kristy Johnson For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 09:40 GMT, 2 January 2021 | Updated: 10:03 GMT, 2 January 2021
Kate Winslset achieved instant fame with her role as Rose DeWitt Bukater in 1997's epic blockbuster Titanic.
Speaking to The Weekend Australian's Review, the English-born star, 45, revealed why her sex scene with Saoirse Ronan, 26, in her latest film Ammonite felt 'very different' compared to her heterosexual love scenes.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Kate plays Mary Anning, a 19th-century British palaeontologist who has an affair with a married woman, Charlotte Murchison, played by Saoirse.
Candid interview: Kate Winslet (pictured in 2018), 45, revealed to The Weekend Australian's Review on Saturday why her sex scene with Saoirse Ronan in latest film Ammonite, felt 'very different' than previous heterosexual love scenes
'It did feel very different,' Kate said of her sex scene with Saoirse. 'I've played LGBTQ characters before. In fact, I played an LGBTQ character in the first film I ever did, Heavely Creatures.'
Kate said in those days she lacked the confidence she now has.
'I was very young, I had only just turned 17 actually