Catherine Zeta-Jones wowed in a pale blue floor-length gown as she supported her husband at his star-studded film premiere.
The actor, 53, was declared a "goddess" by fans for her stunning ensemble, which she wore to the London screening of Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania.
She posed on the red carpet next to her husband of 22 years Michael Douglas, 78, who stars in the new release alongside Paul Rudd and Michelle Pfeiffer.
Her dress, which she paired with minimal jewellery and wavy brunette locks, was by New York-based brand Cristina Ottaviano.
Before leaving for the event, Zeta-Jones shared a behind-the-scenes video of herself getting a final touch-up on Instagram.
The Welsh star captioned it: "London calling!!!!! Here for Antman and the Wasp premiere with my hubby! Home!"
In the clip – which has garnered more than 128,000 likes – the mother-of-two can be seen having her hair brushed and powder applied.
Her husband, whom she married in 2000, left a string of 'love heart' emojis in the comment section, while fans shared that she looked "stunning" and "gorgeous".
One social media user told her: "What a Welsh goddess... you look a picture of elegance."
Zeta-Jones shares son Dylan, 22, and daughter Carys, 19, with her Basic Instinct film-star husband.
The actress – who has appeared in The Mask of Zorro, Chicago and Oceans Twelve – recently starred in Disney+ series National Treasure: Edge Of History.
She attended the premiere of the show alongside her eldest child, who is the spitting image of his famous father, in a £5,305 sparkling purple Elie Saab jumpsuit.
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