Catherine Zeta-Jones

Pencil Portrait by Antonio Bosano.

Catherine Zeta-Jones Pencil Portrait
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Born in Treboeth, a suburb and historical village in the Mynydd-Bach ward of Swansea, Catherine Zeta Jones was brought up in a modest semi-detached home, before moving with her parents to St Andrew’s Close in Mayals.

In 2014, she and her husband, the actor Michael Douglas, purchased an $11 million home in Bedford, Westchester County in an effort to rekindle their marriage. The couple had separated for several months the previous year, after the actress underwent treatment for bipolar disorder whilst Douglas was recovering from treatment for throat cancer.

‘A list’ Hollywood couples are an easy target for the gutter press, and Zeta-Jones opened herself up to all kinds of innuendo when she became involved with the much older Douglas and his family dynasty in 1999. Nevertheless, despite the ups and down, and two children later, the marriage endures.

It’s difficult to avoid being judgemental, since the pre-nuptial agreement with her husband entitles her to $2.8 million for each year the marriage remains in effect. Whilst there’s every suggestion that she loves him – her reaction to his illness was all too apparent – the element of perseverance so obviously lacking in millions of marriages is clearly financially incentivised.