Catherine Zeta-Jones has taken to Instagram to show fans her latest look – and they could not have loved it more.
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The Hollywood actress posed up a storm in a gorgeous black workout outfit by her own brand. The look consisted of a hoodie, described as the "perfect grab and go jacket", that featured a reflective sleeve trim and gathered waist. The 52-year-old paired the jacket with matching "luxe" trousers.
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Catherine has clearly thought of everything whilst designing this look as its main material is ripstop, which, as explained in her Catherine Zeta-Jones active website, was originally created in WW2 for parachuting.
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"When the parachute was deployed if the wind was able to break through, the denier of the rip stop would only open up as a tiny hole instead of breaking the material - saving the soldier's life," she explains.
The actress usually delights fans with her fashionable looks
Captioning the fun video of her modelling the look, Catherine wrote: "Is it too early to be dreaming of Spring? The comfiest from my @casazetajones active line."
Fans were quick to react with many calling her "gorgeous" and her look "sexy".
"You look gorgeous and very sexy, I love it," wrote one, whist a second remarked: "Love the activewear!"
A third added: "Beautiful, love this style."
The star is confident in her own body and often poses in swimsuits and bikinis
Catherine recently opened up about her lifestyle and beauty brand Casa Zeta-Jones, which also includes homewares, artisanal coffee and makeup.
Speaking to The Telegraph last year she revealed: "At this point in my life, I really enjoy having the time to work on my brand and I'm really hands-on.
"Even if I didnt start my own brand, I would be making things anyway. I make curtains, cushions, I love to design."
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