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Kate Winslet (Pic: NBC)
Kate Winslet (Pic: NBC)
Kate Winslet (Pic: NBC)

Kate Winslet reveals herself once again to be a particularly game sort of a person, as she takes part in a hellish journey across unforgiving terrain for NBC’s Running Wild with Bear Grylls.

In this week’s episode, the real-life action man took Kate for a trip across the Snowdonia mountains in Wales for 48 hours, involving a rapel (known to the locals as abseiling) down a sheer cliff face.

And about halfway down, the temptation to indulge one of Kate’s most popular roles—that of Rose in Titanic—becomes overwhelming for the pair:

In the same episode, Kate also reveals the moment when she came face-to-face with a girl that had bullied her at school: “She was working on a beauty counter in a department store,” she explained. “I went up to her and said ‘I want to thank you for being such a b**** because it made me a lot stronger.'”

Strong enough to boss Bear Grylls about, that’s for sure.

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Filed Under: Bear Grylls, Kate Winslet
By Fraser McAlpine