“But only when I play with my wife”: Ant-Man 3 Star Michael Douglas ‘Whips His D**k Out’ For Wife Catherine Zeta-Jones in World’s Dirtiest Golf Game

Oscar-winning actors, Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones have been married for over 20 years, have two kids, and share a common birthday and month (September 25) as well. Well, there is one more thing this beautiful couple has in common.  

The Fatal Attraction actor had fallen in love on very their first meet and was convinced that Zeta-Jones was his lady love after seeing her in The Mask of Zorro in 1998. He then, had his publicist arrange for them to meet, and even though their initial encounter wasn’t exactly what they had hoped for, they eventually got married and had a child in 2000. Destiny played its part. 

In a recent interview, the Wall Street actor admitted that his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones for 22 years, often used to demand a playful forfeit from him while they used to play golf.

Michael Douglas in Ant-Man
Michael Douglas in Ant-Man

He didn’t hold back from sharing some other memories from his story lanes about their dirtiest ‘golf game.’

And despite spending more than two decades together, the two are still able to maintain their chemistry, even when playing a seemingly uninteresting round of golf.

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Michael Douglas Used To Flirt With Wife During Cheeky Golf Games!

Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones love to spice up during their golf outings with risqué wagers. While his 53-year-old wife first admitted their NSFW bets seven years ago on The Graham Norton Show, Ant-Man 3 actor has just admitted this in an exclusive interview with The Guardian.

However, the two-time Oscar-winning actor’s confession to The Guardian clarified that he could pull it off “most of the time,” adding, “There have been times when we’re playing alone, and [I] have to give her a little show because we are competitive.”

In the Q&A that was released on Thursday, the 78-year-old actor added, “but only when I play with my wife.”

Michael Douglas
Michael Douglas

The actress claimed in January 2016 on The Graham Norton Show to be a “better” player than her husband before admitting, “We have a bet that if he d**ks a shot, he has to drop his pants.” 

Zeta-Jones, who freely admitted that she placed the same wagers with “any man” she faced off against, jokingly said, “There has been a paparazzi issues, so I make him go into the bushes.”

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They Are Still Able To Maintain Their Chemistry!

Many young couples today look up to Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones as their role models. The Darling Buds of May star married the Ant-Man star in November 2000 and have two amazing children together. 

The couple frequently posts affectionate messages to each other’s Instagram accounts. On Valentine’s Day, Douglas posted a photo of the couple with the caption, “Happy Valentine’s Day to my darling Catherine! I love you so much.

On the other hand, Zeta-Jones also posted a picture of them kissing on the beach to her Instagram account as they hit a marriage milestone in November. She referred to her husband as her “sweetheart” in a post she wrote at the time.

Michael Douglas with his Wife Catherine Zeta-Jones
Michael Douglas with his Wife Catherine Zeta-Jones

They have two children together, son Dylan Michael and daughter Carys Zeta, as well as Cameron Michael, a child from Douglas’ first marriage to Diandra Luker.

Recently, Zeta-Jones and Douglas walked the red carpet together when Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania had its Los Angeles world premiere. 

Related: 12 Actors Who Didn’t Like The Characters They Played

Source- The Guardian

Siddhika Prajapati
Siddhika Prajapati

Flights of occasional fantasies, strong opinions, encouraging hyperbole, and good grammar are what describe her. Literature Honors Graduate and Post-Graduated in Journalism, she is the Senior Entertainment Writer at Animated Times, who is madly in love with the lights, camera, and action sector. An entertainment enthusiast by day, a dreamer, and occasionally a stargazer by night, she enjoys turning words into tiny yarn balls for poetry that readers might find admirable. You would find her buried under printed fiction who is heavily influenced by dark humor.

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