Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones hit 'Ant Man' premiere with their kids
Family night out!
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.
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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