Catherine Zeta-Jones has unveiled her new cover Parade Magazine to 4.6 million followers on Instagram on Friday.
She captioned the post, “Did you catch me on @Parademag?” I’m telling some of life’s unknown secrets on the site, me as a mother and this one person I should have had… who could it be? “
Catherine revealed that the last time she asked for an autograph was when she met Adele. After I gave Adele my Oscar, I asked her to sign a piece of paper. I didn’t say it was me! I also have a picture of us behind the scenes, so I made a little shadow box for the items,” she said.
Still gorgeous: Catherine Zeta-Jones unveiled her new cover of Parade in a chic off-the-shoulder jacket and turquoise pants
she is! She captioned the post, “Did you catch me on @Parademag?” I’m telling some of life’s unknown secrets on the site, me as a mother and this one person I should have had… who could it be? Seen in November
The 53-year-old Oscar winner looked elegant in a loose-fitting cream off-the-shoulder jacket and turquoise pants.
The mother-of-two wore her long, wavy hair down over her shoulder in soft waves and opted for smoky eyes and a dark lip color.
Zeta-Jones is currently enjoying the success of her new series on Netflix on Wednesday.
Difficult Daughter: Speaking about her new role as iconic mom, Morticia Addams, Katherine told a giggling teen Wednesday that her maternal instincts kicked in.
Speaking about her role as Morticia Addams, the famous mother of a cynical teen on Wednesday, Katherine said her maternal instincts kicked in.
“It always helps to bring the ‘real’ into your work, but I also found it somewhat poignant. We learned that Morticia was this popular cheerleader at school which is really different from Wednesday.
And when you have a daughter, you wish you could rest an old head on little shoulders. My daughter would say, “Mom, I’m not you!” But you are half of me, right? So, this is life. Zeta-Jones said it was fun to play.
FAMILY: It comes after Katherine told of her joy that her kids, son Dylan, 22, and daughter Carys, 19, are coming home this Christmas (Photographed with husband Michael Douglas)
Surprise! Over Thanksgiving, the 53-year-old — along with kids Carys, 19, and Dylan, 22 — traveled to France where the 78-year-old Wall Street actor was filming to surprise him. Seen in 2008
Family of four: Catherine and Michael have two children – Dylan and Carys
Over the Thanksgiving weekend, Katherine did something very nice for her husband of 22 years, movie icon Michael Douglas this fall.
The 53-year-old — along with their two children Carys, 19, and Dylan, 22 — traveled to France as the 78-year-old Wall Street actor was filming a project for Apple to surprise him.
“I thought he was going to have a heart attack!” The Oscar-winning actress participated in Chicago while out The Kelly Clarkson Show Friday.
Douglas plays Benjamin Franklin in a new project for Apple.
The story explores one of the greatest gambles of Franklin’s career.
NICE WIFE: Catherine Zeta-Jones told Kelly Clarkson on Friday how she surprised her husband Michael Douglas, “I thought he was going to have a heart attack!”
At age 70, he outsmarted British spies and French informants all while engineering the Franco-American alliance of 1778.
Last week, she told People that the family will all be together at Christmas, so there would be no need to surprise Michael around that time.
Being such a big fan of Christmas, Katherine is ready to make her first holiday album, but she has one condition – Kelly sings along.
Zeta-Jones will also appear in the Disney+ action-adventure series, National Treasure: Edge of History.
Change: Zeta-Jones trades in Morticia’s trademark black hair for blonde hair and sleek khakis in National Treasure: Edge of History, out December 14 on Disney+
Talking to People She said earlier about the new series: “I play Billy Pierce. She’s a black market antiquities dealer. She plays cat-and-mouse with Jess, and she figures it out as we figure it out.”
She added that she was a fan of the original 2004 film National Treasure: Book of Secrets which starred Nicolas Cage and Diane Kruger.
The newer version, she noted, “has not lost this national treasure”.
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