Thursday, July 19, 2007
After seven years of marriage, Welsh beauty Catherine Zeta-Jones is astounded that some people still think she wed Michael Douglas for his money. The 'Chicago' star insists that she did not marry Douglas for his money, and after seven years and two kids, people should be aware that there were no mercenary intentions on her part.
"There's some preconceived notion that I married Michael for his money, or I swan around in kimonos, making big demands. It's completely not the case," Contactmusic quoted her, as saying. "I've been working since I was 11 - actually, since I was 10 - in one business that's taken me through all my life. I just happened to meet my husband," she added.
The A-list couple tied the knot at the Plaza Hotel in New York City on 18 November 2000. Douglas famously captured Zeta-Jones' attention by using the line "I'd like to father your children" when they first met.
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