Catherine Zeta-Jones married Michael Douglas on November 18, 2000.
According to the Daily Mail, the Chicago star recently saw her wedding photos for the first time, after almost 20 years.
Catherine Zeta-Jones got married almost 20 years ago, but she's reportedly only just seen her entire collection of wedding photos for the first time.
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According to the Daily Mail, the actress revealed that she'd never seen most of the official snaps from her nuptials. Zeta-Jones allegedly said, "I looked at the proofs and that was it–I never made an album. The photographer got in touch recently, so about three weeks ago I got to see all my wedding photographs. It was a wonderful day."
While it's unclear why the Oscar-winning star had waited quite so long to see her wedding pictures, photos from the private affair were reportedly sold in a "£1 million [$1.25 million] exclusive deal with OK! Magazine," per the BBC.
17 years ago today, I said ‘I do’ to my best friend and father of our two and a half month old son. Thought it could never get better than that day, but it did. Happy anniversary darling, Michael. With you, in my life, and Dylan and Carys, every day could be a twelve hour fantastic party at the Plaza in New York. Love you. #love #lovestrong
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As one might expect from two seriously famous Hollywood performers, security was apparently incredibly strict at the wedding, with the BBC reporting that "guests had to show their hologrammed invitations before being allowed in and private photographs were banned."
Zeta-Jones and Douglas have two children, son Dylan and daughter Carys. Even after twenty years of marriage, Zeta-Jones and Douglas appear to be as in love as ever, with the actress regularly sharing snaps of her husband on Instagram.
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