It’s no secret that Catherine Zeta-Jones and her husband of 18 years Michael Douglas are one of the happiest couples in Hollywood, and the sweet pair looked very much in love as they cuddled up in a candid snap taken in the Caribbean on Thursday.
In the gorgeous picture, Michael, 74, is seen wrapping his arms around his stunning wife, as the pair smile happily, appearing to be looking at another camera off to the left of the mystery photographer – most likely to be one of the couple’s children.
The Chicago actress, 49, captioned the snap: “Love in paradise.”
The pair appear to have embraced the relaxed vibe of the southeast region, and sported more casual outfits for their festive break.
Catherine looked stylish in a casual white shift dress which she matched with a cream hat and shades, while Michael was relaxed in grey t-shirt paired with white shorts.
Adoring fans were quick to comment, with one writing: “Love to you both.”
Another added: “You are my favourite couple.” While a third wrote: “So beautiful!”
The actress regularly post snaps on social media, recently sharing a stunning image of Michael and their two kids, Carys, 15, and Dylan, 18, with her 1.9 million Instagram followers over the festive period.
Catherine and Michael have been happily married since 2000 and while they’ve had their ups and downs, including a brief split in 2013, they seem to be stronger than ever.
Late last year, the actress opened up about the ups and downs of her lengthy marriage to Michael, revealing the secret to their success is sharing a “very open relationship” with each other.
Catherine gave a no-holds-barred interview to America’s Savannah Guthrie and Hoda Kotb on NBC News’ TODAY show in November, and also opened up on how they spoke to their children about past sexual misconduct allegations made against their father — as well as the impact the claims had on their marriage.
When the presenters praised the actress for being open and honest on both the positive and negative sides of her marriage in the past, she explained: “First of all, I’m so happy that we’ve made it to be 20 years together. It’s been great, but I think it’s just unfathomable to me that you would be with one person for 18 years and things are not rosy every day.They’re just not.”
“Both Michael and I have a very open relationship. When you have kids that didn’t ask to be born into a world where it’s scrutinised or looked into… You’ve got to be open and honest and share things that probably people at the drugstore wouldn’t share over the counter.”