Wed, 28 Mar 2012 08:02:16 GMT | By Lucy Mapstone, editor, MSN Celebrity
Titanic 3D premiere: Kate Winslet returns

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Kate Winslet made a real impression on the red carpet at the Royal Albert Hall for the premiere of Titanic 3D. The movie, which was one of the biggest cinema hits of all time back in 1997, has been revived using modern 3D technology to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the fateful ship's sinking.

While Kate's Titanic co-star Leonardo DiCaprio was absent from the premiere, the British actress stole the show. Can you believe how long it's been since her catapault to fame playing the young Rose in the film?

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