Catherine Zeta-Jones' Daughter Embodies Wednesday Addams in Rare Throwback Footage

Her mom's role in the hit series 'Wednesday' was made for her.

It seems that Catherine Zeta-Jones' daughter has always channeled her inner Wednesday Addams.

The actress, 53, took to Instagram to share a throwback video of her now 19-year-old child, Carys, as she fully encapsulated the youngest daughter from the 1991 series, The Addams Family. 

The footage, backed to The Cramps' "Goo Goo Muck"—the song that was featured in the 2022 Netflix series, Wednesday—showed her daughter as a child, as she stood on bleachers performing with her peers. 

The black-and-white video showcased Zeta-Jones' daughter donning a striped long-sleeve shirt with bold black eyeliner and curly locks. She stood on the bleachers making spooky faces as she fully served Wednesday Addams vibes.

"By popular demand!🤣my daughter Carys as a little girl, with WEDNESDAY sass! 🤣🤣," Zeta-Jones wrote in the caption. 

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"She’s such a mini Wednesday 😂," one user commented.

"she predicted that you’re gonna be Morticia 🖤," one fan wrote, referring to Zeta-Jones' role as Wednesday Addams' mother in the hit Netflix series. 

"So are you Catherine who plays Morticia? Or are you Morticia who play’s [sic] Catherine?😂," a third fan quipped.

"Give her the Oscar immediately." another user suggested.

The actress shared the original video to her Instagram six days ago, writing, "Carys, my real daughter as a little girl. 🤣 I have had a Wednesday Addams in my life for 19 years and 9 months.🤣 Morticia and I love you my little rain cloud🖤"

Zeta-Jones opened up to PEOPLE about her "very close relationship" with her daughter and 22-year-old son Dylan during the red carpet premiere of Wednesday.

"Both my daughter and Dylan have been so incredibly supportive to me, not just as an actor, but just me, you know," she told the outlet while her son attended as her date.

"I've been extremely blessed to be able to have both in my life," she added at the time.