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Catherine Zeta-Jones shares new picture with children

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Catherine Zeta-Jones has shared an adorable snap of herself with her two children – Carys and Dylan. Dressed in a white fedora hat and a loose white shirt, the Chicago actress posed with her two teenage children, and captioned the sweet snap: "Nothing better." Fans were quick to praise the photo, with one writing: "The ZJ gene is in both their features. Lovely family." Another added: "Catherine, you have very lovely family."

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Catherine shared a photo of her children

The 47-year-old has previously opened up about Carys and Dylan. Chatting to Jimmy Kimmel, she revealed that they both wanted to pursue careers in Hollywood. "They are, they are," she said. "I know it's going to be hard for them because they've got their grandfather Kirk, they've got me, they have Michael, but they so inherently love it." She continued: "They're good. They go to summer camp every year, they do three musicals and straight plays, they love it. I've had a wonderful life in this business so I only – if they want to do it, they know the hardships and the percentages of who makes it and who doesn't. So I just think that they've got – they've got the talent and I know that they have the drive."

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She has also spoken about raising the 16-year-old and 13-year-old, and admitted she "loves" the teenage years. "I love it! I love it," she told Today. "I kind of pre-empted the roll-your-eyes teenager years. I love it. I just love the freshness. It’s all so exciting to me… I was working when I was my son’s age. I was in the theatre, and I look at him, and I go, 'Wow, I was working when I was your age.' So I'm just enjoying this time, learning a whole bunch of stuff that I didn't know."

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