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Catherine Zeta Jones admits she's more annoying than husband Michael Douglas

Catherine Zeta-Jones spoke to Lorraine’s Ross King about lockdown life, her marriage blueprint with Michael Douglas and their new puppy on Wednesda

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Catherine Zeta-Jones spoke to Lorraine’s Ross King about lockdown life, her marriage blueprint with Michael Douglas and their new puppy on Wednesday.

Catherine, 50, said: ‘I’ve been watching as the world goes through this and sending all my best vibes out to everybody.

‘What we did do, we abided by the rules. My kids were all back, all of a sudden my kids’ friends were back. It’s hard for us to go, “No, let’s not sneak off and have a party with your friends…”‘

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Life in lockdown: Catherine Zeta Jones, 50, told GMB on Wednesday she's more annoying than husband Michael Douglas, 75, and revealed they've got a new puppy

Life in lockdown: Catherine Zeta Jones, 50, told GMB on Wednesday she’s more annoying than husband Michael Douglas, 75, and revealed they’ve got a new puppy  

Happy times: Later this year Catherine and Michael will celebrate their 20 year anniversary. She laughed: 'They said it would never last! (throwback image)

Happy times: Later this year Catherine and Michael will celebrate their 20 year anniversary. She laughed: ‘They said it would never last! (throwback image)

Asked who is more annoying in lockdown, her or her husband Michael Douglas, 75, she said: ‘I’ve got to be really careful. I’m going to say me.

‘We’re very lucky and we had a new puppy. He always takes the focus off anything that’s going a little awry. We go, “Oh, puppy!”‘

Talking about her future acting plans, Catherine said: ‘I’ve had such a fantastic career on stage and on film… my husband is 25 years older than me, he’s having great success on his Netflix show. 

‘I’m really looking forward to finding the right thing. I feel very blessed that I can wait that out, to find the right thing.’

She added: ‘What I found out about myself [in lockdown] is how crucial a structure is in my life. I was watching all these actresses and people in the media who seem to be able to do everything in quarantine, they’re baking and making bread and sourdough… 

She said of children Dylan, 19, and Carys, 17: 'All of a sudden my kids’ friends were back. It’s hard for us to go, "No, let’s not sneak off and have a party with your friends…"'

She said of children Dylan, 19, and Carys, 17: ‘All of a sudden my kids’ friends were back. It’s hard for us to go, “No, let’s not sneak off and have a party with your friends…”‘

‘I did make an English Tea. I made the scones, I had some resemblance of clotted cream, it kind of tasted like it!’

While on the show, Catherine spoke about the Black Lives Matter movement. 

She said: ‘The analogy being that this is such a humbling time for the world. Whatever nationality you are, whatever colour you are, whatever sex you are, it’s a very humbling time. 

‘And if there were a time where it’s come to this big crescendo, it’s now. I hope that there is a transition into a much more peaceful, loving, accepting world.’

Later this year Catherine and Michael will celebrate their 20 year anniversary. She laughed: ‘They said it would never last!

Details: Catherine told Ross King about life at home: 'I did make an English Tea. I made the scones, I had some resemblance of clotted cream, it kind of tasted like it!'

Details: Catherine told Ross King about life at home: ‘I did make an English Tea. I made the scones, I had some resemblance of clotted cream, it kind of tasted like it!’

Familiar faces: Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan have also been co-hosting GMB

Familiar faces: Susanna Reid and Piers Morgan have also been co-hosting GMB

‘I have a great blueprint of marriage both with my own parents and Michael’s father and stepmother and what a good marriage means and how precious that is and how you work at it and sustain it and appreciate it. So yeah, 20 years.’

On the loss of Michael’s dad Kirk Douglas in February, aged 103, Catherine said: ‘Michael and the family were inundated with such amazing wishes. 

‘He was a man of such strength and a life that was so amazing. For me as a daughter-in-law to be so loved by him and a wonderful relationship with him… he’s one of those men… he’s everything you expect a movie star to be.’

Catherine added: ‘That’s what’s been tough for me in lockdown, being away from mum and dad, thank God we have the ability to see each other [on video calls].’  

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Catherine added: 'That’s what’s been tough for me in lockdown, being away from mum and dad, thank God we have the ability to see each other [on video calls]'

Catherine added: ‘That’s what’s been tough for me in lockdown, being away from mum and dad, thank God we have the ability to see each other [on video calls]’

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