Catherine Zeta-Jones visits her son, Dylan Dougals, on campus at Brown University. The proud mother shares a picture with her son on campus.
Catherine Zeta-Jones just paid her son a visit at his college campus. On Friday she shared a picture posing with her son, Dylan Douglas, at Brown University, she writes:
"On campus with my boy Dylan."
Dylan is a sophomore at Brown university. He is Catherine and Michael Douglas' first son. The couple also have a daughter Carys.
"...and boy is he looking handsome!"
Cameron Douglas comment's on Catherine Zeta-Jones' Instagram picture of Dylan Douglas | Source: instagram.com/catherinezetajones
According to PEOPLE, Catherine shared several images and videos on her Instagram story, enjoying the weather and a tour around campus with her son. In a hilarious post she took a picture of Dylan's twisted-up tube of toothpaste and captions it:
"I think my son needs a new tube of toothpaste. College life ?."
Catherine is giving fans the latest update on Dylan's college life, since she last posted a video of him on campus when he arrived in September, for his first day of college. Documenting the final moments with him and Carys, she says:
"Let the lectures really begin! I love you Dylan. Good luck in the next exciting and enlightening chapter of your life."
Despite being the children of successful Hollywood stars, Catherine has always described Dylan and Carys as very grounded and normal young adults, she attributes this to the fact that she chose to raise them outside of the Hollywood life, the mother of two explains:
"They've kinda been removed from the crazy world of Hollywood or even the crazy world of Manhattan. The teenagers here in Manhattan, there's a maturity that comes too quick I think."
This week, not only is Catherine singing praises about the progress her college son is making in his life. She also took the time to show support for her step-son, Cameron and his latest book release, she reveals:
"Tuesday my stepson Cameron's book is released. Long Way Home. A poignant, honest, cathartic and at times terrifying memoir. I am so proud of you Cam and I love you with all my heart. #LongWayHome"
For years, Michael has been candid about his son's harrowing drug addiction, often fearing that he would lose Cameron to addiction.
However, after being released from a seven year stay in prison and turning his life around, Cameron has strengthened his bond with family and is looking to revive his acting career. He has written a memoir detailing his journey from addition to sobriety titled, "Long Way Home."