Just like her heart, Kate Winslet's nude portrait from Titanic will go on -- much to the actress' dismay.
The Oscar winner admits to this very day, fans approach her on the street with the image asking for a photograph. And it's something she's constantly haunted by.
"I don't sign that [picture]," the mother-of-three, 38, said in a new interview. "It feels very uncomfortable. Why would you do that? [...] People ask me to sign that [picture] a lot."
In case you haven't seen the 1997 blockbuster a hundred times, there's a scene when Leonardo DiCaprio's (suh-woon) character, Jack Dawson, draws a nude sketch of Rose Dewitt Bukater, played by Kate.
(Fun fact: Those are director James Cameron's hands in that scene.)
"There's a photo of it, as well, that someone has lifted from a still of the film, and that photo gets passed around, too," she revealed. "I'm like, 'No! I didn't mean for it to be a photograph that I would end up still seeing 17 years later.'"
She added with a laugh, "It's still haunting me. It's quite funny really."
(Another fun fact: After finding out she was going to be naked in front of Leo, she decided to break the ice by flashing him the first time they met.)
It's safe to say if Kate could turn back time, she wouldn't want Jack to draw her like one of his French girls wearing this -- "and only this".
Too bad the Heart of the Ocean jewel is at the bottom of the Atlantic ocean now.
Kate's interview was featured on Yahoo U.K.