Last September, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones decided to take a break, so it was a nice surprise to see them reunited on the red carpet in NYC.
Michael Douglas was without wife Catherine Zeta-Jones at he Golden Globes on Sunday, but told “Extra’s” Mario Lopez the couple is “doing good.”
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones Reunite on the Red Carpet
Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones isn’t showing any signs she and husband Michael Douglas are headed for divorce.
Photos taken Sunday show the Oscar winner enjoying a day in the Big Apple with her family, still wearing her wedding ring. Zeta-Jones stood outside a restaurant in Hell's Kitchen with daughter Carys, 12, and son Dylan, 13, along with Zeta-Jones’ mother.
Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones hit the red carpet at the New York Dance Alliance Foundation Gala, speaking for the first time since her separation from husband Michael Douglas.
Actors Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are working hard on saving their 13-year marriage, even though they’re spending their shared September 25th birthday apart.told People.com, "They're not giving up.”
They haven’t spent much time together as of late. Zeta-Jones, 44, was in China at a promotional event over the weekend, while Douglas, 69, won an Emmy for his performance in the HBO Liberace biopic “Behind the Candelabra” on Sunday.
In her first public appearance since separating from husband Michael Douglas, actress Catherine Zeta-Jones looked glamorous at a star-studded event in China's Shandong province on Saturday.
Actor Michael Douglas was still wearing his wedding ring at the 2013 Emmy Awards despite his separation from wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, who made her first public appearance at an event in China on Saturday.
While attending the premiere of “Behind the Candelabra” in Berlin, Michael Douglas says he and wife Catherine Zeta-Jones “are fine.”
Douglas blamed the press for making their recent separation a bigger deal than it is. He told AP, “I think the press is in crisis, but my wife and I are fine. We are taking a temporary separation, but it gives the press something to write about.