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Kate Winslet Still Haunted By Nude 'Titanic' Portrait

04/03/2014 03:36 pm ET | Updated Apr 04, 2014

Seventeen years have passed since Jack drew that naked portrait of Rose in "Titanic," but the scene still haunts Kate Winslet.

Last month, while at the Los Angeles premiere of "Divergent," a fan handed Winslet a copy of the nude portrait to sign while on the red carpet. The image was a version of the one Jack (Leonardo DiCaprio) draws for Rose, who asks him to draw her "like one of his French girls" wearing nothing but the Heart of the Ocean necklace, in the blockbuster film.

The actress told Yahoo! Movies UK that she gets asked to sign that infamous picture quite often.

"I don't sign that one," Winslet said of being handed the naked shot. "It feels very uncomfortable. Why would you do that? ... They were asking me to sign it. People ask me to sign that one a lot, and actually there's a photo of it as well that someone's lifted from a still of the film. That photo gets passed around. It's like, 'No, I didn't mean for it to be a photograph that I would end up seeing 16, 17 years later.'"

"It is still haunting me," she added. "It's quite funny, really."

The original portrait sold at auction in 2011 for $16,000, according to ABC News. While DiCaprio made the scene famous, director James Cameron was the actual artist of the Winslet sketch.

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