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Her heart will go on, aboard Mary

The Project’s Anna Daniels strikes the Kate Winslet Titanic pose on The Queen Mary 2 cruise ship when it docked in Darwin.
The Project’s Anna Daniels strikes the Kate Winslet Titanic pose on The Queen Mary 2 cruise ship when it docked in Darwin. Contributed

FORMER Rocky gal Anna Daniels gets to tick another adventure off her list, after getting a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to pose like Kate Winslet on the bow of the Queen Mary 2 cruise ship last month.

One of the producers of the Channel 10 show The Project, Anna got to spend three-and-a-half hours on board the colossal ship - the biggest to ever dock in Australian.

"I went on board when she docked in Darwin and was able to film for three hours onboard, it was an amazing experience," Anna said.

"It's 345 metres long, 41 metres wide and 62 metres high; the rooms inside are magnificent, sheer luxury."

Anna said this past month the ship had been cruising around Australia on her maiden circumnavigation of the country and she would make her final stop in Sydney today.

Only one of a few to sound the ship's whistle, Anna said she was surprised at the amount of access she had.

"As you can see, true to my style, I just had to do the Kate Winslet Titanic pose," she said.

The Project will air tonight on Channel 10 from 6.

Topics:  channel 10 queen mary 2 rockhampton the project titanic tv show


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