Catherine Zeta-Jones says she's sick of apologizing for being extremely gorgeous and rich
Catherine Zeta-Jones has finally come to the decision that she's she is sick and tired of apologizing to people for her riches and her ethereal beauty.
Catherine Zeta-Jones has decided that she's done apologizing for herself to the world. In a recent interview, the actress revealed that she is sick and tired of apologizing to people for her riches and her ethereal beauty, and it's something she would like to stop doing from now on. “One thing I’m not is humble anymore. I’m sick of being humble. I really am,” she told the UK Mirror. “So sorry I’m rich, so sorry I’m married to a movie star, so sorry I’m not so bad looking." But that's when she changed her mind.
“No sorries. Enough,” she continued. “All that is important to me now is my work.” During the same conversation, the 'Entrapment' actress, who is married to award-winning actor Michael Douglas, also took up the opportunity to speak about her family.
“…[The] rest of my life is a joy because I’ve got two beautiful kids and a healthy, happy husband,” the 48-year-old actress said. “It’s all good, and I’m not going to be humble for that either.” This attitude is not anything surprising coming from the actress, who, in 2003, famously said, “A million dollars isn’t a lot of money for people like us.”
Zeta-Jones, in the past, has also been quite boastful about her collection of houses. “Some people collect art or lots of money,” she said in 2009. “We collect houses because if we have to look at something, we prefer the view.” But all these riches did not come to the family without its own share of problems.
“The worst thing about having all these houses is that when I have an outfit and I think it’s going to look great with a certain pair of shoes, I remember they’re in … someplace I’m not,” she mused. “So that’s why I have to buy duplicates.”
Only a few weeks ago, the actress was heard defending her husband as she spoke about how #metoo allegations against Michael devastated her and the family, leaving them heartbroken. She explained her difficult predicament: “My children and I were profoundly devastated by those allegations, and I was torn about where my absolute morals lie. This woman came out of nowhere and accused my husband. I had a very big conversation with him, with the kids in the room, and said, ‘Do you understand if more comes out…’”
Michael was accused of sexual harassment by journalist Susan Braudy in January this year. Braudy claimed that the star masturbated in front of her during a meeting in the late 1980s when she worked for his production company. The actor completely refuted these claims calling them “a complete lie, fabrication, no truth to it whatsoever," as per reports.