Kids grow up, of course they do, but we had to double-take when we saw Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones’ children when the actor accepted the ‘Jewish Nobel Prize’.
Carys is now 12, and Dylan is 14, and they both joined their father and mother when he was awarded the $1 million Genesis Prize in Israel.
It’s not often that the kids, which are the youngest of the Wall Street actor, as he also has son Cameron.
The event, which was also attended by TV host Jay Leno, saw the actor pick up the prize after proudly walking the red carpet with his beautiful family.
The 70-year-old actor, who recently embraced his Jewish roots, is still cancer-free after battling oral cancer in 2010 and looks stronger than ever with wife Catherine after they briefly separated just two years ago.
Speaking to the Jerusalem Cinematheque, Douglas discussed his movie career, achievements and even his upcoming movie with Marvel, Ant-Man, according to the Times of Israel.
“And, I’m an ant,” he reportedly. “I can go into detail but Marvel is very secretive and I might get a blowgun in my neck.”