Michael Douglas paid tribute to his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones following his Golden Globes award win on Sunday evening - opening up about their 18th wedding anniversary, and their continued support for each other. He said in a press conference: "Well we celebrated our 18th anniversary recently. And besides a genuine love that only continues to grow, I think the fact that we're in the same industry really helps us understand what's going on. Catherine by the way has a wonderful new half-hour comedy show called Queen America that's coming out on Facebook, where she does some very funny stuff."
He continued: "It was great for her to be here tonight. It's one of those nice things where your partner totally understands what's going on, and I flashbacked to her time where she was pregnant with our daughter during Chicago and all the awards shows that were going on then." Watch the video of his sweet speech below...
Michael scooped the Best Actor in a Comedy Series award for his work on Netflix series The Kominsky Method, which also won the Golden Globe for best TV comedy series. On collecting his gong on stage, Michael again paid tribute to his "extraordinary wonderful wife" – though he concluded his speech by dedicating the honour to his father, Kirk Douglas. "This goes to my 102-year-old father, Kirk," he said.
Catherine accompanied her husband to the ceremony in a stunning emerald green gown, with a one-shoulder silhouette and long, flowing skirt. The couple were even spotted snapping photos of each other on their phones on the red carpet! The actress shared a sweet Instagram photo of Michael kissing her hand on Monday morning, writing: "A wonderful night at the Golden Globes," with a lipstick kiss emoji.