Terry Rice/WireImageMonths into her pregnancy, Kate Winslet is the ideal advertisement for her new film, "Labor Day." The glowing 37-year-old actress proudly showed off her growing baby bump at the Toronto International Film Festival premiere at the Ryerson Theatre on Saturday.
Winslet, who announced her third pregnancy in June, wore a dark blue Jenny Peckham dress and Ana Kouri earrings. In the film, she plays a single mother who, along with her son, is held hostage by a drifter (Josh Brolin).
“I feel completely great,” she told People during a press conference before the premiere. “It’s such a pleasure to be able to be here and still be permitted on an airplane and talk about a film that I’m proud to be a part of.”
In fact, Winslet skipped the TIFF screening of "Labor Day" because of its harrowing moments around pregnancy and childbirth. “Emotionally, it was very hard and those scenes were very difficult,” she told the audience during the Q&A, according to Entertainment Weekly. “I chose not to see the film tonight because it’s just weird to do that right now.”
The Oscar winner is expecting her third child with third husband Ned Rocknroll, whom she wed last year. She has two other children -- 12-year-old Mia (with first husband Jim Threapleton) and nine-year-old Joe (with second husband Sam Mendes).
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