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On Wednesday, Catherine Zeta-Jones spoke to Ross King of Lorraine about life locked out, her marriage plan with Michael Douglas and their new puppy.
Catherine, 50, said, “I watched the world go by and send all of my best vibrations to everyone.
“What we did, we followed the rules. My children were all back, all of a sudden my children’s friends were back. It’s hard for us to say, “No, don’t go away and party with your friends …” ‘
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Life Locked Out: Catherine Zeta Jones, 50, told GMB on Wednesday that she was more annoying than her husband Michael Douglas, 75, and revealed that they had a new puppy
Happy times: Later this year, Catherine and Michael will celebrate their 20th anniversary. She laughed: “They said it would never last!” (return image)
When asked who was most annoying in the lockup, her husband Michael Douglas, 75, replied, “I have to be very careful. I’ll tell myself.
“We are very lucky and we had a new puppy. It always diverts attention from anything a little bad. We go, “Oh, puppy! “‘
Speaking of her future acting projects, Catherine said: “I have had such a fantastic career on stage and in the cinema … my husband is 25 years older than me, he is very successful on his Netflix show.
“I can’t wait to find the right thing. I feel very happy to be able to wait for this, to find the right thing.
She added, “What I discovered about myself [in lockdown] is how crucial a structure is in my life. I looked at all these actresses and these media people who seem to be able to do everything in quarantine, they make bread and make bread and leaven …
She said of the children Dylan, 19, and Carys, 17: “All of a sudden my children’s friends came back. It’s hard for us to say, “No, don’t go away and party with your friends …” ‘
“I made English tea. I made the scones, I had a certain resemblance to coagulated cream, it tasted a bit like that!
During the show, Catherine spoke about the Black Lives Matter movement.
She said: “The analogy is that it is such a humiliating time for the world. Whatever your nationality, whatever your color, whatever your gender, this is a very humiliating period.
“And if there was a time when it had reached this great crescendo, it is now. I hope there will be a transition to a much more peaceful, loving and accepting world. “
Later this year, Catherine and Michael will celebrate their 20th anniversary. She laughed: “They said it would never last!”
Details: Catherine spoke to Ross King about life at home: “I made English tea. I made the scones, I had a certain resemblance to coagulated cream, it tasted a bit like that!
Familiar faces: Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan also co-organized GMB
“I have a great marriage plan with my own parents and Michael’s father and stepmother and what a good marriage is and how precious it is and how you work for it and support it enjoy. So yes, 20 years.
Following the loss of Michael’s father Kirk Douglas in February, 103, Catherine said, “Michael and his family have been inundated with incredible wishes.
“He was a man of such strength and such an incredible life. For me as a daughter-in-law to be loved so much by him and a wonderful relationship with him … he is one of those men … he is everything you would expect from a movie star.
Catherine added: “This was what was difficult for me in isolation, being far from mom and dad, thank God, we have the opportunity to see each other [on video calls]. ‘
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Catherine added: “This was what was difficult for me in isolation, being far from mom and dad, thank God, we have the opportunity to see each other [on video calls] »