Fans can't get enough of a hilarious picture of Michael Douglas and his son, Dylan Douglas, taking a bathroom break in the outdoors.
It's true what they say that when you've got to go…you've got to go. While out in the bush, this was true for Michael Douglas and his son, Dylan Douglas, in a caption of the hilarious moment he writes:
"Bonding experience with my son @dylan__douglas."
The picture of Michael and Dylan urinating side-by-side has received over 16 000 likes. Many people are flooding Michael's comment section with laughing face emojis. Having her say with the hilarious picture, Catherine Zeta-Jones jokes:
"I wonder who took this ?."
Catherine Zeta-Jones comments on Michael Douglas' picture with their son Dylan Douglas | Source: instagram.com/michaelkurtdouglas
The picture was taken just days after Catherine shared a picture of herself visiting Dylan at Brown University. She also shared a hilarious Instagram story of her son's campus life. In a caption of his twisted toothpaste tube she says:
"I think my son needs a new tube of toothpaste. College life ?."
Their daughter, 16-year-old Carys is following in her mother's footsteps and aspiring to be an actress and fashion model. Dylan is a sophomore at Brown University. Michael tells Ellen DeGeneres Dylan is a daredevil at heart, he explains:
"He just did a skydiving thing. But I remember that age. It's a hormonal thing, I think, for boys, testing yourself ... I just think it — you know, what I did not like is he was the first one to jump."
When he found out about Dylan's plans to skydive, Michael admits that he worried about his son's plans, saying:
"I said, 'Don't be the first one to jump! Let a couple other people go off first to test it … So I said, 'Okay, just don’t be first!'"
Michael and Catherine are parents to Dylan, daughter, Carys. Michael has a son, Cameron, who is also an actor. He is his first child from his first marriage to film producer, Diandra Luker.
In an attempt to give their children a normal life, the couple have said that they made a conscious effort to raise them outside of the fast paced holiday lifestyle.