Actress Catherine Zeta-Jones recently arrived at the opening of the play "The Library" in New York with two accessories that have not been constants in her public appearances, her wedding ring and her husband, Michael Douglas, with his wedding ring and she looked great! Entertainment insiders were abuzz over how great the two of them looked together as they looked cozy together in public.
They attended to support the director of the play, Steven Soderbergh as he been integral in their careers. They worked with him together in the project "Traffic" and Michael Douglas recently worked with him in the HBO series "Behind the Candelabra".
Catherine Zeta-Jones showed off a new hairstyle as her hair is now in long bangs and she wore a long black dress with a plunging neckline while he wore an open collar shirt. The sight of Catherine Zeta-Jones in public looking not only stylish but comfortable and happy to be around her husband sent a message to Hollywood insiders that one of the royal couples is back together.
This was the first joint red-carpet appearance for the couple and for Catherine Zeta-Jones her appearance has some filmmakers now revisiting the roles in projects that they initially had projected for her to play but put on the 'backburner' because of her marital and health challenges.
Prior to her taking time away from acting to work on her marriage and her health she was considered one of the top actresses in Hollywood. She entered Hollywood with the reputation as a talented, beautiful actress but over time there has been less of a fascination with her stunning looks because of her exceptional acting talent which led to her winning an Academy Award and becoming associated with superior acting performances.
Catherine Zeta-Jones took the breath away from observers once again while walking on the red carpet at the premiere of "The Library" but it was due to how happy and breathtakingly beautiful she looked beside her husband which is something that entertainment insiders have missed viewing and looks like it will become more of a constant occurrence.