Catherine Zeta-Jones says Michael Douglas

 Over the course of their marriage, Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas have realized that one partner is the better gift giver. The couple has been married for over twenty years.

On Good Morning America, Zeta-Jones declared, "I think it has to be Michael." She admitted, "I peaked in year eight."

"I would have held off if I had known we would be married for as long as we have! I didn't picture a 22-year-old. Man, this is Hollywood "She cracked jokes with George Stephanopoulos, Michael Strahan, and Robin Roberts.

Dylan and Carys Zeta-Jones and Douglas Douglas have been married since November 2000.

In the eighth year of their union, 53-year-old Zeta-Jones announced she had given her husband a hot rod.

Before saying anything to the camera, she made sure to clarify, "A hot rod that he had the chance to call up - a 1930s coupe." I'm sorry, Michael, but I'm going to get it wrong.

She described the acquisition, remarking, "It looks like a miniature Bugsy Malone automobile," alluding to the 1976 movie.

"It's very wonderful. Then I reached my peak! Since then, it's only been socks."

Zeta-Jones opened up to WJS Magazine in April 2021 about her marriage to Douglas.

It's no secret that my hubby is 25 years older than me, the actress remarked. "Any relationship would experience ups and downs; otherwise, it wouldn't be normal. Respect and love remain constants. We genuinely enjoy each other's company and have never, ever lost our sense of humor."

The "Wednesday" actress said, "Unlike so many couples, my husband and I spend a lot of time together because we've never had a 9-to-5 job where it's steady." "Either we are on or we are off. Either I work 16 hours a day in real life, or I don't. Or maybe he's not doing the same. We've spent a lot of time being simply the two of us throughout our relationship. We raised our children for 12 years while residing on the island of Bermuda. Our sense of humor is simply timeless, and we respect each other's personal space."