Catherine Zeta-Jones gave her fans a serious case of sleepwear envy this week as she uploaded a selfie showing her modelling a pair of silk blue pyjamas from her new Casa Zeta-Jones line, which she launched with QVC in September. Michael Douglas' wife was pictured relaxing in Cannes while wearing the luxury garments, which featured a front pocket and contrasting black buttons. As ever, Catherine looked gorgeous in the shot, with her long brown hair swept back from her face and minimal make-up.
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Catherine Zeta-Jones modelled pyjamas from her new Casa Zeta-Jones collection
Captioning the shot, the Hollywood actress told followers: "Oh, and by the way, I have been living in my new, soon to be yours too, @casazetajones pajamas in my free time here in Cannes. J’adore!!!!! #CasaZetaJones." Fans were desperate to get their hands on Catherine's pyjamas, with one replying: "Ohh can't wait. I just ordered the lush looking robe you had in the beautiful rose colour and I can’t wait to get it." Another added: "Can't wait to buy some." A third added: "Where do I buy them? I love that colour."
Back in August Catherine Zeta-Jones gaves fans a sneak peak of her QVC collaboration
Catherine's range debuted on QVC in the United States on 28 September, but unfortunately is not currently available in the UK. The collection features everything from bedding to bath towels and rugs, and has been influenced by the star's Welsh heritage and old Hollywood elegance.
The Hollywood star's collection is inspired by ber Welsh heritage
Prior to the launch, Catherine said of her new homeware collection: "I can't wait for everyone to see Casa Zeta-Jones. I am thrilled to bring my home and bedding line to QVC. This is a project I have been passionate about and working on for years now, and I am delighted to share it with QVC customers."
Of Michael's response to her new business venture, she said: "My husband is really happy that I've opened the doors to Casa Zeta-Jones. Because he said, 'Ok, now you can do everybody else's home and leave ours alone for two seconds before you change it up again or buy another one to decorate.'"