Catherine Zeta-Jones flaunts flawless figure in black plum dress alongside husband Michael Douglas at BAFTA LA Tea Party
Her dress featured a no-shoulder design and emphasized her cleavage and slim waist as she paired it with beige heels and long-flowing hair-do.
The 71st PrimeTime Emmy Awards is around the corner and many stars who will grace the red carpet and Emmy stage were seen attending the traditional BAFTA LA Tea Party.
Nominee Michael Douglas and his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, were seen at the event. Zeta-Jones looked absolutely gorgeous in a chic black and plum patterned dress which perfectly complimented her flawless figure. The dress also featured a no-shoulder design and emphasized her cleavage and slim waist.
She paired her outfit with beige heels and styled her hair in long flowing tresses with some volume. Zeta-Jones will be turning 50 on September 25. Douglas, on the other hand, looked very handsome in his brown slacks which he had paired with a white button shirt. He also sported a green blazer with no tie.
Douglas has been nominated for the Outstanding Lead Actor In A Comedy Series for his role in 'The Kominsky Method.' The couple showed off their electrifying chemistry while holding hands and frequently gazing into each other's eyes.
The pair had met in France in 1998 at the Deauville Film Festival and had been introduced by Danny DeVito. They were engaged the following year and got married at the Plaza Hotel in New York in 2000.
While speaking at the event, Douglas, 74, shared with the PA news agency, "I was not an actor growing up, I had a lot of stage fright early in my career. I’m enjoying myself (now) more than I have." Douglas is best known for his dramatic roles in films such as 1987’s 'Fatal Attraction', 1992’s 'Basic Instinct', and 1995’s 'The American President.'
He won an Oscar for his role as Gordon Gekko in Wall Street. He spoke about how his success stemmed down to his background as a producer. "Because I’m a producer I’ve never thought a lot about the part, I’ve thought more about the piece of material. And the fact I love to have a small part in a good movie rather than a big part in a bad movie."