Kate Winslet offers her hand to Leonardo DiCaprio in a scene from the film 'Titanic', 1997
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If you lived through 1990s, then you know “Titanic,” the blockbuster starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet.

Twenty years after the film's release, the two stars are giving one lucky fan the chance to go on an exclusive dinner date with them. Yes, both of them. At once.

Rose and Jack, in the flesh, sitting across from you as you enjoy a meal together.

The prize is being offered up at DiCaprio’s annual awards gala for his foundation, HelloGiggles reported.

The dinner will be a private event to be held later this year in New York City. The winner of the dinner gets to choose the location, so long as that choice is in the city. (If you happen to win and need help picking out a restaurant, consider the best restaurant in the world.)

Actors Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet Hollywood California
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Beyond helping raise funds for DiCaprio’s foundation, the dinner date auction will also help raise money for a charity close to Winslet’s heart, the Gemma Nuttall Cancer Fund, which was set up to directly support a 28-year-old mother in the United Kingdom who’s in need of treatment, according to People.

And if last year’s gala is any indication, this dinner date could help raise some serious cash. According to reports, the gala has raised more than $80 million for DiCaprio’s foundation since its inception in 2008.

As People noted, this year’s gala event will feature a performance by Lenny Kravitz and will honor Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo with the foundation’s “New World Leadership Award” for her “innovative approach to making Paris a model for sustainable urban living and design.”