Wow, time really flies!
Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas' two children, Carys, 12, and Dylan, 14, joined the couple on the red carpet in Jerusalem, Israel Thursday for a very big occasion!
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Douglas was honored with the $2 million Genesis Prize, often called the "Jewish Nobel Prize," and Catherine and the kids came along in support!
While on the carpet, the Ant-Man actor briefly discussed his previous separation with wife Catherine to AP.
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"That's a while ago, at least a couple of years ago," he said. "Catherine is wonderful, kids are here, we're having a fantastic time, life is good."
In April, Douglas revealed that working together was how he and Catherine weathered their tough times as a couple.
"If both of you are willing, you know, to do it. It can't be a one-way street," Douglas said about making their marriage work after the separation. "But I'm crazy about her, and yeah, I think every couple has their difficult times."
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Well, Carys and Dylan are sure making us feel super old today!
Hopefully, the whole family will hit the carpet again ahead of Douglas' new Marvel movie, Ant-Man, which premieres on July 17.
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Watch Michael Douglas open up more about his past separation from Catherine Zeta-Jones below.