Catherine Zeta Jones Is in 'Thankful Mode' as She Shares Rare Family Photo

The family posed for a sweet photo to celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday.

Catherine Zeta-Jones took a moment out of her hectic schedule to express her gratitude.

The actress shared a rare family photo with her husband, Michael Douglas, along with their children, 19-year-old, Carys, and 22-year-old son, Dylan.

“Happy Thanksgiving to Americans near and far," the star, who hails from the UK, began in the caption.

"With work commitments this year we are not in turkey mode, but in serious thankful mode for the blessings of health, happiness and family. Love to you all. 🌍🦃” she added.

In the first snap, the family posed in front of a backdrop that featured tree stumps and vines, which may very well be from the set of her latest gig, National Treasure: Edge of History.

In the action-adventure series being developed for Disney+, the Chicago actress portrays affluent black market antiquities dealer, Billie Pearce, who is determined to get her hands on some missing treasure.

Zeta-Jones was as stylish as ever for the photo-op, opting for a white blouse with beige trousers and matching over-the-shoulder bag and rancher hat.

Her family kept it simple with Michael and Dylan donning navy blue shirts, while Carys wore a black crop top and striped skinny pants.

The following photos in the slides including the children hugging in what looked like an ocean setting, along with a glimpse at some Thanksgiving table decor.

“Beautiful family,” one fan wrote, while another added, “Watching you on Netflix rn Happy Thanksgiving.”

The fan was likely referring to Zeta-Jones’ latest project, Wednesday, in which she stars as Morticia Addams alongside Jenna Ortega, Christina Ricci, and Luis Guzman.

Her most recent projects also include Queen America and Prodigal Son.

Zeta-Jones also took a stroll down memory lane in a subsequent video shared on her Instagram profile titled “Thanksgiving Over the Years,” which included past footage of her two children as infants, toddlers, and later pre-teens, alongside clips from Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade’s of years past. 

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