Catherine Zeta Jones stunned in a mini dress at the premiere of Ant-Man. With husband Michael Douglas and their children, the actress flaunted her gorgeous legs and fabulous figure, reported the Daily Mail.
But for Michael, his wife’s joy was dimmed by his own sorrow. Douglas’s mother, Diana Dill, died recently. The 70-year-old actor stayed close to Catherine, their 15-year-old son Dylan, and 12-year-old daughter Carys.
The London premiere of Ant-Man gave Zeta-Jones, 45, the chance to take the lead on the red carpet in that ultra-chic mini dress. But Michael was not far from her side as he focused on the film’s unveiling. Douglas has the role of Hank Pym, who instructs Scott Lang, played by Paul Rudd, on the intricacies of the Ant-Man costume.
That training allows Rudd’s character to perform the daring deed of getting back Pym’s ultra-secret technology that has gone astray. Others in Ant-Man include Corey Stoll and Evangeline Lilly. Ant-Man crawls and creeps its way into movie theaters on July 17.
As for how Catherine maintains that sleek physique, Zeta Jones previously revealed that to look magnificent in her mini dress, she exercises regularly, reported Radar Online.
Revealing previously that she has bipolar disorder, Catherine emphasized that she has no need for a personal trainer.
“I don’t have a trainer. Crazy, right? But I don’t need anyone to motivate me,” said Zeta-Jones. “I love exercise, even things like the elliptical machine and stretching. It’s a legacy of dancing all those years.”
Catherine has set herself a goal of exercising every day for a minimum of 45 minutes. She feels that it benefits her both physically and emotionally. Her diagnosis with bipolar II disorder came in 2011.
“It really helps my mood too, which, with the bipolar thing, is important,” said the actress of her workouts.
In addition to working out at the gym, Zeta-Jones loves to hula-hoop and swim.
“I’m obsessed with Hula-Hooping,” confessed Catherine. “I do it 20 minutes a day. I don’t use the old-fashioned hollow plastic kind we had when we were kids, but I discovered a new one at Danskin that’s smaller and weighted.”
As the Inquisitr reported, Demi Lovato recently discussed her own diagnosis of bipolar disorder.
As the new celebrity spokesperson for the Be Vocal: Speak Up for Mental Health campaign, Lovato recognizes that she’s taking a risk in opening up. But the singer emphasizes that by daring to expose her innermost struggles, she hopes that she can help more people.
“I’ve been very open about my story just because that the more honest and open I am, the more people that I’m gonna be able to reach. Mental illnesses, in general, are…not talked about as much as they should,” said Demi.
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