Ageless beauty Catherine Zeta-Jones, 51, looked absolutely stunning as she posed elegantly in a fuchsia gown for NewBeauty magazine.
The star posed comfortably as she gave a flash of her notorious long legs.
Catherine glowed in the light as her stunning brunette locks flowed behind her as she wore her one-shoulder dress with grace.
The star wore her makeup light and natural and accompanied the look with a light pink lipstick.
Speaking openly to NewBeauty Magazine, Catherine told the publication about her upset concerning the death of her beloved father-in-law Kirk Douglas, who passed away on February 5 last year.
The star now believes that due to the impact that the coronavirus pandemic had, it has helped her to “prioritise what’s important” in her life.
Catherine said: “We have all been staying safe and healthy throughout this pandemic, but we did lose my father-in-law, Kirk, at the beginning of last year.
"So the whole past year didn’t start off so great, even before a pandemic stretched across the world."
She continued: “It’s been a trying year, but it’s also been a year of having the time to think things through and to prioritise what’s important. That’s pretty much all anyone can do.”
Welsh-born actress Catherine married husband Michael Douglas in 2000.
The couple share two children together, their son Dylan Michael and their daughter Carys Zeta.
Recently speaking to the Wall Street journal the Oscar-winning actress said: "In the whole lockdown, I relished having my kids and my husband here for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
"During the pandemic, I hate to say it because it’s such a horrific time for so many, health-wise and economically, but I must say, we reverted back to a time that’s forgotten when you have teenagers and college kids.
"There was something that was interesting in how time stood still for a minute."
Michel and Catherine will be celebrating their 21st wedding anniversary this autumn.
Speaking on her relationship the actress explained: "My husband is 25 years older than me; that’s not a secret. With any relationship, it wouldn’t be normal if there weren’t any ups and downs."
The star added: "The constant is love and respect. We’ve never, ever lost our sense of humour, and we enjoy each other’s company. My husband and I spend a lot of time together because unlike so many couples, we’ve never had a 9-to-5 job where it’s consistent.
"We’re either on or we’re off. I’m really working 16 hours a day, or I’m not. He’s doing the same, or not. So we’ve had in our relationship huge amounts of time where we’ve been just us. We lived on the island of Bermuda for 12 years bringing up our kids. We respect each other’s space, and our humour is just long-lasting. "
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