Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones hit 'Ant Man' premiere with their kids

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Michael Douglas on Catherine Zeta-Jones: 'We're Stronger Than Ever' Post-Separation

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Michael Douglas is one lucky guy. His wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones and their two kids, Dylan and Carys, came out to support the 70-year-old actor at the London premiere of Marvel's Ant-Man on Wednesday, in which Douglas plays Paul Rudd's mentor.

Zeta-Jones, 45, snuggled up to her longtime husband on the red carpet in a dazzling silver minidress with their gorgeous teen kids in tow. Dylan and Carys, 14 and 12 respectively, looked more grown up than ever at the premiere. Dylan sported a dapper suit, and his little sis rocked a flirty ruffled minidress and metallic heels.

The actor, whose mother Diana passed away last weekend, put on a brave face for the event and it looks like having his own family by his side helped.

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Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones hit 'Ant Man' premiere with their kids
LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 08: Catherine Zeta Jones and actor Michael Douglas with their children Dylan and Carys as they attend the European Premiere of Marvel's 'Ant-Man' at the Odeon Leicester Square on July 8, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)
LONDON, ENGLAND - JULY 08: Catherine Zeta Jones and actor Michael Douglas with their children Dylan and Carys as they attend the European Premiere of Marvel's 'Ant-Man' at the Odeon Leicester Square on July 8, 2015 in London, England. (Photo by Anthony Harvey/Getty Images)
JERUSALEM, ISRAEL - JUNE 18: American Jewish actor Michael Douglas arrives with his children and his wife Welsh actress Catherine Zeta Jones before receiving the Genesis Prize from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu at The Jerusalem Theater on June 18, 2015 in Jerusalem, Israel. (Photo by Ilia Yefimovich/Getty Images for Genesis Prize Foundation)
American Jewish actor Michael Douglas (R) arrives with his family including his wife, Welsh actress Catherine Zeta Jones (2R), son Dylan (2L) and daughter Carys (L) before receiving the Genesis Prize from Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu in Jerusalem on June 18, 2015. The Genesis Prize honors individuals who have attained excellence in their professional field and have inspired others in their engagement and dedication to the Jewish community and the State of Israel. AFP PHOTO / POOL / DEBBIE HILL (Photo credit should read DEBBIE HILL/AFP/Getty Images)
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It was refreshing to see the foursome looking like a happy family once again following Douglas and Zeta-Jones' rough patch less than two years ago. The pair began living separately in May 2013, but have since reconciled and are stronger than ever.

"It can't be a one-way street, but I'm crazy about her and, yeah, I think every couple has their difficult times. The only problem is, as you well know, we're all in the public eye and it tends to get a little more exposed than most. But we're back stronger than ever," Douglas recently told Ellen about working on his marriage.

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