Catherine Zeta-Jones has reportedly checked herself in for mental treatment.
The 43-year-old star decided to admit herself to a special centre to get help for Bipolar disorder, according to TMZ.
The actress entered the facility yesterday and is believed to be carrying out a 30-day programme.
The Welsh beauty’s change of situation isn’t thought to be a drastic one however, she is simply taking “proactive” steps to maintain her mental wellbeing.
A source commented that Catherine’s care choice is just "maintenance."
It’s not the first time she has stayed at a medical building for her illness.
She endured a period in 2011 to get help with the disease she has been outspoken about with the public.
“[Catherine] made the decision to check in to a mental health facility for a brief stay to treat her Bipolar II disorder," her representative said at the time.
Catherine was looking well on April 22 when she graced the red carpet for the 40th Anniversary Chaplin Award Gala at Lincoln Center in New York City with her husband Michael Douglas.
Her 68-year-old spouse has endured a battle with Stage 4 throat cancer and has son Dylan, 12, and daughter Carys, nine, with Catherine.
He announced himself cancer-free last year after beginning his battle in 2010.