Kate Winslet Will Receive Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Kate Winslet at the Gala screening of "Labor Day," as part of the 57th BFI London Film Festival, in London. Winslet's recent filmography is doted with memorable mothers: "Mildred Pierce," "Carnage," "Revolutionary Road," "Little Children." She adds another portrait of motherhood with "Labor Day," which she discussed in an interview before giving birth to her third child.  (Photo by Joel Ryan/Invision/AP, File)

Kate Winslet has been a working actress since  her teen years. (Joel Ryan/Invision/AP)

It’s official—Kate Winslet is a star. The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce will be recognizing Winslet’s work and accomplishments as an actress by bestowing her with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame on Monday, March 17, reports MTV UK.

The ceremony will take place outside the W Hotel, on Hollywood Boulevard, in Los Angeles, CA. Director James Cameron, who worked with Winslet on Titanic in 1997, will present the 38-year-old actress with the honor.

Hollywood Walk of Fame producer Ana Martinez released a statement saying, “We are so happy that Kate Winslet will be here on our famous boulevard of dreams receiving her well-deserved star.”

She goes on to talk about fan reception saying, “We’ve seen Kate shine in her roles and fans around the world have been anxiously waiting for this special day to come.”

Winslet has been nominated for an Academy Award on a number of occasions, successfully taking home the gong in 2009 for her performance in The Reader.

Winslet will be sharing the honor, and the sidewalk, with other Brits like Vivien Leigh, Julie Andrews, Colin Firth and Sir Patrick Stewart. You can check out the complete list here.

Have you taken a stroll down the Walk of Fame, who did you see? 

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