Catherine Zeta Jones’ daughter exudes Wednesday Addams energy, and her mother is quite proud of her. The teenager exudes the easy aura of the fictitious character that her mother can’t resist sharing publicly on social media.
Carys Zeta Douglas, the youngest of Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas, is said to have had a phase as a young child where she was a little spooky and mysterious growing up. Catherine shared a video from an old Halloween workshop on Instagram, in which a young Carys gives her classmates the death gaze while they sing a “meow” song.
Carys appears like the typical goth kid in her patterned shirt and heavy black eyeliner, especially when she gives her mother a look at the end of the video that seems to be saying, “Can you believe these normies?” Catherine even put a fun caption on the post, saying, “I have had a Wednesday Addams in my life for 19 years and 9 months.”
The Instagram post attracted a lot of Wednesday fans and even left comments agreeing to Catherine Zeta Jones’s comparison of her real-life daughter and her character’s rebellious kid, Wednesday. Many also related to Catherine’s sentiments about raising a moody, grumpy kid like Carys.
However, it seems that Catherine is destined to play Morticia Addams since she has been ready to deal with a little rebel like Wednesday by having to raise her own “little storm cloud,” as her on-screen spouse Gomez Addams refers to Wednesday.
Though it seems like Catherine also had a hard time raising Carys, just like Morticia with Wednesday, these two mothers have something else in common: they are very proud of their girls.
Catherine would often talk about her kids while they were growing up. Just like once, Carys danced at the New York City Dance Alliance Foundation, where Catherine and Michael expressed their happiness after witnessing their daughter’s performance.
Like any other mom, Catherine can’t help but feel amazing about having Carys by her side during the Dolce & Gabbana fashion extravaganza in New York.
Catherine Zeta Jones’ daughter might be the real-life Wednesday Addams, and the fans of the Netflix original series can’t help but agree. As fans wait for the hit show’s second season, Catherine’s social media post about her life and family is enough to fill the space until it’s released.