A Look Back at Douglas & Zeta-Jones' Marriage
By RAPHAEL CHESTANG
August 28, 2013
In light of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones "taking some time apart" in their marriage, ET is looking back at happier times when our cameras captured all the magic of their grand wedding day.
The superstar couple said "I do" at New York City's iconic Plaza Hotel on November 18, 2000, proclaiming their love for each other in front of family and friends. The guest list included stars such as Goldie Hawn, Danny DeVito and wife Rhea Perlman, Oliver Stone, Christopher Reeve and wife Dana, Barbara Walters and Star Jones.
"This is her first wedding -- and her last -- and my second," Douglas, 68, shared with ET shortly before the big day. "We wanted it to be as nice for her as possible."
Douglas's first marriage to producer Diandra Luker ended after he allegedly cheated on her and entered a rehab clinic for alcohol abuse and reported sex addiction.
Soon after his first marriage dissolved, Douglas was "on a mission" to win over Zeta-Jones, 43, whom he called "the woman of [his] dreams."
"From the first time I saw the movie Zorro and saw Catherine in it and went, 'Wow!' -- I've been sort of a heat-seeking missile ever since then," said Douglas.
Douglas and Zeta-Jones have two children together -- Dylan and Carys.
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