THE guest list at the farewell party given by Hollywood star Michael Douglas and his wife, Oscar-winner Catherine Zeta Jones, read like a Who's Who.
The party, held at the Costa Nord cultural centre in Valldemossa which he founded, marked the end of the couple's stay on the island this summer.
Deputy leader of the Balearic government Rosa Estarás was one of the first guests to arrive, followed shortly afterwards by María Antonia Munar, president of the Council of Majorca, Balearic tourism chief Joan Flaquer and Pere A Serra, president of the Grup Serra, the Bulletin's publishing group. The guests also included Michael Stipe, leader of the rock band REM, which continues to release influential material.
Alvaro Middelmann, the president of the Majorcan Tourist Board (Fomento del Turismo) also attended the party as did businessmen Matthias Khun and Alfonso Fierra and Balearic leader Jaume Matas. Also at the bash were Carmen Martínez-Bordiu, the grand-daughter of the late General Franco, and her husband, José Campos, whose recent wedding has been filling the pages of the Spanish gossip magazines. Douglas, who interrupted his Majorcan holiday to promote the Balearics in Warsaw, presented his latest film The Sentinel on Thursday, and denied rumours that he planned to sell S'Estaca, his Majorcan home, or leave the island.


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