The children of Catherine Zeta-Jones are now adults and resemble their well-known mother identically.

It must be an honor to be the son and grandson of two legendary actors, Michael Douglas and Kirk Douglas. Dylan Douglas, who is in his 20s and following a completely different career than those of his well-known parents, grandfather, and mom, is the subject of this narrative.

In 2000, Dylan’s parents got married. Due to their 25-year age difference, their courtship was widely covered in periodicals when they initially started dating. However, because they knew they had met their soul mate in one another, neither Michael nor the gorgeous Catherine Zeta-Jones gave a damn what the general world thought. In a statement to People at her wedding, Zeta-Jones said, “I don’t take any of this for granted.” “I whirl around like a little kid when I look at Michael. I can’t believe he entered my life and I entered his.

The couple welcomed Dylan into their lives a few months after getting married. Cameron was a child from Michael’s first marriage to Diandra Luker. Their daughter Carys Zeta-Douglas was born in 2003.

The loving parents Michael and Catherine desired to raise their children out of the spotlight. Being celebrities of their caliber, they were aware of the burden famous parents place on their children, which is why the family relocated to Bermuda when Dylan was just a year old. Since Michael’s mother was from this island and he had grown up spending his summers there, he thought it was the ideal location for them to live.

According to Douglas, who spoke to the Bermuda Sun, “Bermuda creates an environment for us away from the entertainment business, and gives our kids independence and freedom where showbiz isn’t on everyone’s lips.” It’s a beautiful, beautiful place.

The family spent a lot of time in Bermuda and liked being there, but they left after several years. In actuality, Dylan’s dyslexia issue is what brought them back to New York. Dylan attended the dyslexia-focused Windward School.

For the young Dylan back then, life wasn’t simple. His father Michael was identified as having stage 4 tongue cancer, and his brother Cameron received a 5-year prison term.

Dylan was attempting to adjust to his new school as his father was fighting a terrible illness. Thankfully, Michael came out on top, and Dylan’s education helped him overcome his dyslexia.

In fact, charming Dylan took advantage of the chance to talk about how much the school has done for him during a Windward School fundraiser. He also discussed how his life was affected by his father’s battle.

Dylan’s speech was posted on Instagram by his mother, and as a result, everyone saw how kindly and kind Dylan has developed.

“I was alone at home, but I wasn’t alone at school. I had freedom in Windward. It resembled the dyslexics’ Mecca. In 2010, things returned to normal at home, my dad was cancer-free, and I could finally see my mother again. Everything returned to being gorgeous.

When Michael discussed his children in 2010, he referred to them as “well-mannered, confident, and worldly” young adults. He mentioned how his brother also has dyslexia and that it runs in the family, adding that he and Catherine are “old-fashioned parents who are proud of their kids.”

Dylan founded “Make Room Now” and currently serves as its Political & Outreach Director, according to his Instagram feed.

His passion for history includes first-time voter involvement, freedom movements, and decolonization, in particular. Along with sports and other related pursuits, he enjoys skydiving.

On The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Michael commented, “He just did a skydiving thing.” “However, I recall that age. The act of testing oneself is, in my opinion, a hormonal phenomenon for boys. Simply put, I don’t like the fact that he was the first to jump, to be honest. I said, ‘Don’t be the first to jump!’” he continued. “Let’s test it out with a few others first… I then said, “Okay, just don’t be first!”

Dylan is a young man who loves his family and is grounded, just like his parents. Carys, his sister, has recently drawn a lot of interest as well. She made her eagerly awaited debut at New York Fashion Week in 2017. She was only 15 years old at the time, and she waited a while before returning to the stage with her mother. All eyes were on Carys and Catherine when they dominated the catwalk at the New York Metropolitan Opera House for Dolce & Gabbana Alta Moda women’s couture. Everyone now realizes how much Carys resembles her well-known mother as a result of this tragedy.

We sincerely hope that Dylan and Carys will choose to continue in their parents’ footsteps in the future.