Monday 19 March 2018

Representative for Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas declines to comment on reports couple to split

Catherine Zeta-Jones and husband Michael Douglas (AP)
Catherine Zeta-Jones and husband Michael Douglas (AP)
Brian O'Reilly

A REPRESENTATIVE for Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas has declined to comment media reports that the couple are set to announce their split.

Rumours have circulated that the couple will imminently announce they have split after 13 years of marriage.

The rumours have been fuelled by the fact the couple have not been publically photographed together in over four months.

Earlier this year their representative strenuously denied split reports, however when contacted by The Mirror this weekend said: “I won’t talk about that”.

The couple have been through a lot together in their marriage - 68-year-old Hollywood legend Douglas battled throat cancer in 2011.

Meanwhile he helped his Welsh wife during her stint in rehab for bi-polar disorder.

Reports in US media suggest that neither party wishes to engage in an ugly divorce battle for the sake of their children and their health.

They wed in a lavish ceremony in New York in 2000, after becoming engaged on New Year’s Eve 1999.

The pair have two children together – 13-year-old son Dylan Michael Douglas and 10-year-old daughter Carys Zeta Douglas.

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