Adored Welsh actress, Catherine Zeta-Jones proves once again that age is just a number.
Zeta-Jones, 48 stunned in a black gown as she and husband Michael Douglas hit the Actors Fund’s Career Transition for Dancers Jubilee Gala, in New York City on Wednesday.
Ahead of their 17th wedding anniversary (November 18), the pair held hands as they posed for photos and made their way down the red carpet.
Zeta-Jones sported a flattering black gown, matched with peep-toe heels and statement jewellery, including a gold bracelet and dangling black and gold earrings. While the floor-length gown kept her mostly covered, Zeta-Jones bared her chest with a daring cut-out.
Her hair was swept into a romantic updo, complimented by her stand-out features and glossy lips.
Meanwhile, Douglas looked dapper in his navy suit, coordinated with a white button-up, grey neck-tie and patent leather dress shoes.
The stylish pair have been married since 2000 and while have had their ups and downs, including a brief split in 2013, they seem to be stronger than ever.
Ahead of their anniversary, Zeta-Jones shared a sweet photo of her and Douglas embracing on a boat with the caption, “Ship shape.”
Zeta-Jones regularly posts pics on social media and shared a black-and-white video of her tap dancing at home with her 1.7 million Instagram followers on Tuesday. The actress first showed off her amazing dance moves, back in the 1998 film, The Mask of Zoro with a saucy dance number and later won an Oscar for her role in the musical Chicago.