Win a chance to have dinner with Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet

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Here is some exciting news for “Titanic” fans: It has just been revealed that one lucky fan can actually win the chance to have dinner with Leonardo Dicaprio and Kate Winslet!

Yes, you can actually break bread with Jack and Rose. In real life. You. Kate. Leo. Sharing a meal.

And you can even pick the place. (Provided it is located in New York City.) So whether you are craving Italian, Chinese, American or even a hot dog from a hot dog stand, you get to hang out with our favorite 90s on-screen couple.

Although, let’s face it, it will be hard to even taste the food when you are enjoying the undeniable chemistry between DiCaprio and Winslet.

So how can you seize your chance to enjoy this awesome opportunity? Well…you gotta shell out some major cash. The Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation (an organization that is dedicated to the conservation of wildlands and oceans, as well as climate change and indigenous rights) is offering this amazing prize at their annual gala, an event that takes place each year in the Big Apple.

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Since its inception, the Leonardo DiCaprio Foundation has donated millions of dollars to conservation efforts, protecting animals and helping to preserve the environment. So although winning this dinner will be quite costly, all the money is going to a worthy cause.

In addition, Winslet will be donating some of the fundariser’s proceeds to one of her own special causes, the Gemma Nuttall Cancer Fund. Gemma Nuttal, a 28-year-old mother, is battling painful and debilitating brain and lung cancer. Her only hope for a cure is to seek treatment at the The Hallwang (an oncology clinic in Germany). With the funds raised in part by Winslet and GoFundMe, this brave woman can hopefully defeat her cancer and get to watch her little girl, Penelope, grow up.

So, while the chance of us getting to attend a dinner with the “Titantic” stars is small, it’s really touching to see that DiCaprio and Winslet are still great pals and that they both share a commitment to making the world a better place.

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