Kate Winslet confessed to having taken acceptance speech pointers from her five-year-old son. The actress experienced a change of Academy Awards luck when she won the gold statuette in Los Angeles, after having been nominated five times previously.
The Titanic star also won gongs at Golden Globes and BAFTA Award ceremony for her performance as a concentration camp guard in The Reader. The actress revealed that she had sought advice from her little Joe on what she should say if she bagged a trophy. “He said I should say ‘Thank you to everyone for helping me,’” the Sun quoted her as saying.
“That broke my heart,” she added.