Catherine Zeta-Jones dazzles in plunging, semi-sheer jumpsuit at premiere with son

Dylan Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones attend the premiere of Disney+ Original Series
Catherine Zeta-Jones took her son Dylan Douglas to a Disney+ premiere last night. (Getty Images)

Catherine Zeta-Jones wowed in a plunging outfit as she took her son Dylan Douglas as her date to a premiere last night.

The actor, 53, posed alongside the 22-year-old – who is the spitting image of his legendary actor father Michael Douglas, 78, when he was younger.

They arrived on the red carpet yesterday evening for the launch of her new Disney+ series National Treasure: Edge Of History.

The mother-of-two – who also has a 19-year-old daughter Carys – wore a £5,305 sparkling purple Elie Saab jumpsuit.

Catherine Zeta-Jones attends the premiere of Disney+ Original Series
The actress wowed in a sparkly plunging gown for the glamorous event. (Getty Images)
American actor Michael Douglas as 'Adam Gains'.
Dylan closely resembles his father Michael Douglas (pictured in 1970 aged 26). (Getty Images)

Zeta-Jones, who married Basic Instinct star Douglas in 2000, finished off her shimmering look with a wavy blow dry and silver jewellery.

Her eldest child looked dapper in a brown three-piece suit, which he paired with a white shirt and an orange patterned tie.

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The recent university graduate has made only a handful of red carpet appearances with his famous parents over the years.

It comes after Zeta-Jones revealed that becoming a mother gave her the confidence to only take on the roles she really wanted.

Catherine Zeta-Jones attends the world premiere of Netflix's
The college graduate has appeared with his mother on the red carpet only a handful of times. (Getty Images)
Carys Douglas,Michael Douglas,Catherine Zeta Jones and Dylan Douglas attend the European Premiere of Marvel's
The star also shares daughter Carys with husband Michael Douglas (the family are pictured in 2015). (Getty Images)

Speaking recentky to InStyle magazine, Zeta-Jones said: "I just felt it was right for me to go, 'OK, I can take a breath now. I don't have to be on all the time now.'

"By this point, I had two little creatures to look after. I wouldn't change a thing, but I think after the body of work that I've done before, I feel like I can be – not selective – but [take on] whatever tickles my fancy. And it's a wonderful position to be in as an actor."

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On the subject of being compartmentalised in Hollywood, she added: "They're like, 'oh, women – they're really good at that, but she's probably a terrible mother, and is she ever home?' It's like, no, we are multifaceted."

The actress, who also plays Morticia Addams in Netflix's new Wednesday series, rose to fame starring in the likes of The Mask of Zorro, Chicago and Oceans Twelve.

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