Michael Douglas & Catherine Zeta-Jones’ Kids Are All Grown Up: See the Famous Family’s Latest Red Carpet Appearance!

Today marks a significant occasion for Michael Douglas.

The acclaimed actor was awarded the Genesis Prize, often hailed as the Jewish Nobel Prize, in Jerusalem.

Accompanied by his wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and their two children, Carys and Dylan, Douglas graced the prestigious event, where the striking resemblance between the youngsters and their renowned parents was unmistakable.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu bestowed the esteemed prize, amounting to a remarkable $1 million, upon Michael, while the event was hosted by Jay Leno.

Expressing her pride, Catherine shared a family photo on Instagram with a caption applauding Michael’s achievement and expressing joy over their splendid family vacation.

In his acceptance speech, Michael pledged to utilize the prize money to foster unity between Israeli and Jewish communities worldwide, emphasizing the importance of mutual understanding and growth.

Reflecting on a troubling incident earlier in the year, Michael recounted an episode of what he termed “anti-Semitism” faced by his son.

“I sat down with my son and said: ‘Dylan, you just had your first taste of anti-Semitism,'” Douglas revealed in an op-ed published in the Los Angeles Times. “Anti-Semitism, I’ve seen, is like a disease that goes dormant, flaring up with the next political trigger…It’s a lesson that I wish I didn’t have to teach him, a lesson I hope he will never have to teach his children.”

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