Watch Michael Douglas Playing Hide and Seek with His Cute Puppy Taylor at Home
Catherine Zeta-Jones has shared a cute video showing her husband playing with their new puppy.
Catherine Zeta-Jones has shared an adorable video of her husband, Michael Douglas, playing with their puppy.
In the video, Douglas is seen playing a game of hide-and-seek with their new dog, Taylor, which is seen excitedly running around the room.
The couple introduced the new pooch into their home earlier this year, almost a week after the actress’ father-in-law, Kirk Douglas passed away at 103-years-old.
His son confirmed the news that the Hollywood icon had died, and remembered him as a great father, grandfather, and husband. He said,
“Let me end with the words I told him on his last birthday and which will always remain true. Dad - I love you so much and I am so proud to be your son."
The late actor was laid to rest in a ceremony attended by his friends and relatives, just two days after his death.
After the funeral, Catherine thanked her followers for the kind words and messages the family had received after the news was released.
She introduced the puppy with an adorable video on Instagram.
Since then, Zeta-Jones and her husband have been isolating at home and have bonded with their beloved puppy, a cross between a Maltese and Toy Poodle known as a Maltipoo.
She introduced the puppy with an adorable video on Instagram, showing several photos and videos of the fluffy golden-brown pup. She captioned it,
“Introducing Taylor Douglas to the world.”
Recently she shared another photo of Douglas,75, lounging outside on the coupled veranda with the new addition on his lap. Other photos show the actor sitting with Taylor on a large grey sofa, looking at the camera.
Catherine has been using social media to document her family’s indoor and outdoor antics ever since they entered quarantine.
Last week, the Oscar winner shared a clip of her singing a beautiful rendition of ‘My Love’ by Paul McCartney and Wings.
Zeta-Jones and her husband have been quarantining at home with their children,19-year-old son Dyland and 16-year-old daughter Carys.