Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones in Palma.

Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones in Palma.

24-05-2021Joan Lladó/GTRES

Mallorca’s best ambassadors, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones have been out and about on the Island this week with 20-year-old son Dylan, 17-year-old daughter Carys and Michael’s son Cameron.

The Douglas-Zeta Jones clan are staying at their s’Estaca Estate home near Valldemossa and they’ve been very lucky with the weather.

Earlier this week they went sailing and it was even warm enough for Catherine to enjoy a leisurely swim in Port de Valldemossa.

Michael Douglas & daughter Carys in Palma.

On Monday, Michael, Catherine, Dylan and Carys came to Palma for the day and did some shopping in Calle Sant Miguel, which has lots of great little boutiques, jewellery stores and shoe shops and plenty of little cafés where you can rest for a few minutes and watch the world go by.

The shopping was clearly thirsty work because Catherine and Dylan headed straight for the nearest ice cream shop.

Michael Douglas & daughter Carys in Palma.

While they waited, Michael and Carys found a comfy spot on a large plant pot in the street and the Hollywood actor was very affectionate with his daughter, giving her massive hugs.

Michael Douglas hugging daughter Carys in Palma.

Catherine definitely looked like she was really enjoying her chocolate ice cream.

Catherine Zeta Jones enjoying an ice cream in Palma.

And she was generous enough to share it with Carys and Michael.

Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones in Palma.

The Hollywood couple’s privacy is deeply respected when they’re in Mallorca, which may be why they seemed so comfortable moseying around Palma. Michael has posed for photos with fans many, many times, but this time nobody recognised him or Catherine, because they were wearing face masks.

Catherine Zeta Jones in Palma.

Comments

To be able to write a comment, you have to be registered and be logged in.

* Mandatory fields

TJ / Hace 8 months

Probably the golden visa scheme for non EU members, based on their wealth, they have probably had 2 vaccinations given their age

There are plenty of people in Mallorca on this system, they are only getting called out because they are recognisable

+1-

alec poole / Hace 8 months

I wonder ,if you manage to get an interview, you could ask how they arranged to travel to Majorca when the rules were for essential travel only. They have property on the island, as do I, but I have not been allowed to visit until last Monday. As I understand it, they arrived on the island before that. The rules for entry were very specific and did not allow for holiday travel. Curious.

+16-