Catherine Zeta-Jones, 52, and Michael Douglas, 77, enjoy a lavish Thanksgiving feast at home worth $4.5 million

Catherine Zeta-Jones, 52, and Michael Douglas, 77, pose for Thanksgiving with kids Dylan, 21, and Carys, 18, at their $4.5 million New York mansion










Catherine Zeta-Jones He seemed to be in high spirits while taking to Instagram on Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving with her family.

The 52-year-old actress looked stunning in an unforgettable red dress as she trotted the camera around her luxurious dining room in the $4.5 million New York mansion that she shares with husband Michael Douglas, 77.

“Happy thanks everyone,” declared the Welsh-born, joined by their two children Dylan, 21, and Carys, 18, as the rest of the gang banged and waved.

HAPPY: Catherine Zeta-Jones looked in high spirits as she took to Instagram on Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving with her family

HAPPY: Catherine Zeta-Jones looked in high spirits as she took to Instagram on Thursday to celebrate Thanksgiving with her family

The Romancing The Stone actor always looked elegant in a black zip-up jacket while sporting his silver tresses in a chic hairstyle.

The Mask Of Zorro star wrote in her caption: “Happy Thanksgiving everyone. So much to be thankful for [praying emoji]”.

Their sumptuous onyx dining table was decorated with yellow and red autumn leaves, before completing a traditional wicker basket at its center.

Gorgeous: The actress, 52, looked gorgeous in an unmissable red dress

Gorgeous: The actress, 52, looked gorgeous in an unmissable red dress

Adorable: Joined by their children Dylan, 21, and Carys, 18, the Welsh native announced:

Adorable: Joined by their children Dylan, 21, and Carys, 18, the Welshman declared: ‘Happy Thanksgiving everyone’, while the rest of the gang chanted and waved

Wonderful!  She pans the camera around her lavish dining room in the $4.5 million New York mansion that she shares with husband Michael Douglas, 77.

Suave: The Romancing The Stone actor always looked chic in a black zip-up jacket while sporting his silver tresses in a sleek back hairstyle.

Wonderful! She pans the camera around her lavish dining room in the $4.5 million New York mansion that she shares with husband Michael Douglas, 77.

Grateful: The Mask Of Zorro star wrote in her caption: ``Happy Thanksgiving everyone.  So much to be thankful for [praying emoji]

Grateful: The Mask Of Zorro star wrote in her caption: “Happy Thanksgiving everyone. So much to be thankful for [praying emoji]”

Candy apple red painted walls and a signature crystal chandelier add decadence to the room, along with a stunning white fireplace.

Movie stars sprawled out onto a country estate built in the 1930s called Long Meadow in 2019, located just 25 miles outside of Manhattan where they also own property.

Spread over 12 acres and continuing on to the Hudson River, the property features 22 rooms, eight of which are bedrooms, plus luxuries like an indoor pool.

The Georgian mansion sits at the head of a long walled corridor and, in addition to its many bedrooms, has 10 full and two bathrooms across its three floors.

Stunning: Candy apple red painted walls and a signature crystal chandelier add decadence to the room, along with a stunning white fireplace

Stunning: Candy apple red painted walls and a signature crystal chandelier add decadence to the room, along with a stunning white fireplace

The Entry: Movie stars scattered over a country estate built in the 1930s called Long Meadow in 2019, located just 25 miles outside of Manhattan where they also own a property

The Entry: Movie stars scattered over a country estate built in the 1930s called Long Meadow in 2019, located just 25 miles outside of Manhattan where they also own a property

Not far from their family celebrations, the 95th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade is back to pre-pandemic glory in the heart of New York City.

It featured 15 giant balloons, 28 floats, 36 innovative and heritage inflatables, more than 800 clowns, 10 bands, nine performance groups, and the famous Santa Claus.

This comes after last year’s downsizing that cut thousands of participants, confined the route to one block and, of course, required spectators to watch the anticipated holiday tradition on television only.

Have a blast!  Not far from their family celebrations, the 95th annual Macy's Thanksgiving Parade is back to pre-pandemic glory in the heart of New York City

Have a blast! Not far from their family celebrations, the 95th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade has returned to pre-pandemic glory in the heart of New York City.

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