'Wonderful weekend!': Catherine Zeta-Jones, 47, is an ageless beauty while posing with Michael Douglas and their two kids after Desert Trip concert
Michael Douglas is married to one of the most beautiful women in the world, Catherine Zeta-Jones, and now their two children Dylan, 16, and Carys, 13, are following in their mother's footsteps.
The genetically gifted foursome took time from their busy schedules and enjoyed the Rolling Stones concert at Desert Trip Festival in California on Friday.
'What a wonderful weekend. So special. #DesertTrip,' the 47-year-old makeup-free actress wrote alongside an Instagram photo she posted as she looked ever the ageless beauty.
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'What a wonderful weekend': Catherine Zeta-Jones, 47, along with her husband Michael Douglas, 72, and their two kids, Dylan, 16, and Carys, 13, posted a stunning family photo after a Rolling Stones concert on Friday
The Academy Award-winning starlet also shared a smiling snapshot of the gorgous group holding their tickets to her 354,000 followers.
Captioning the sweet pic, she wrote: 'So excited. Tickets ready. A Friday night with Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones!!! Can't breathe with excitement!!! A #DesertTrip of a lifetime!'
Oscar-winner Catherine looked stylish in a floral embellished halterneck maxi dress that showcased her toned arms and tiny waist.
Complementing her ensemble, the Welsh beauty slipped on a pair of Adidas trainers as she popped an on-trend backpack as she posed alongside her look-a-like daughter and son.
Family affair: Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta Jones made sure to make time for each other as they enjoyed a family night out with their two children - Dylan, 16, and Carys, 13 - at The Rolling Stones' set at Desert Trip on Friday
Look-a-like: Sharing another candid snap from the highly-anticipated gig, Catherine posted a pic with her mini-me daughter Carys
Meanwhile, renowned actor Michael kept it casual in a short sleeved blue linen shirt and black chinos as he highlighted he golden glow.
Sharing another candid snap from the highly-anticipated gig, Catherine posted a pic with her mini-me daughter Carys.
Enjoying some bonding time, she wrote alongside the pic: 'At the show tonight with my darling daughter Carys. #DesertTrip'.
The teen, who is taking after her stunning mother, smiled alongside her mum in a white bardot top as both flashed their Rolling Stones VIP badges.
Travelling in style: Fellow A-list star Rob Lowe and wife Sheryl Berkoff also attended the gig, arriving at the Indio based event in a helicopter
Fellow A-list star Rob Lowe and wife Sheryl Berkoff also attended the gig, arriving at the Indio based event in a helicopter.
Thrilled about the music event, the Parks And Recreation star shared his form of transport on picture sharing platform.
He captioned the pic: 'Arrival! Let the games begin! #deserttrip #RollingStones'.
The flood of Instagram snaps come as the Rolling Stones rocked out with the energy of much younger musicians at the Californian festival.
Sporting an array of colourful ensembles, the band - Mick, Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts, put on a lively performance, even giving fans a taster of their new album.
Rocking the stage! The Rolling Stones rocked out with the energy of much younger musicians in California on Friday night as part of the Desert Trip festival
Ticket sales for the Desert Trip festival went on sale with talk of seeing, in the words of The Who's Roger Daltrey, 'the greatest remains of an era' for one final time.
With more than 150,000 people attending, the festival — which was two years in the making — was predicted to make at least £117 million in ticket sales, hospitality and merchandising.
The performance comes after the Rolling Stones announced their first new album in ten years.
Still got it! Sporting an array of colourful ensembles, the band - Mick (pictured), Ronnie Wood, Keith Richards and Charlie Watts, put on a lively performance, even giving fans a taster of their new album
They've been busy touring the globe for the past 12 months, performing everywhere from South America to Cuba.
And somewhere in-between their manic schedule and their personal commitments, The Rolling Stones managed to find the time to record new album, Blue & Lonesome.
The LP's name gives away what musical gems fans can expect to hear, as the legendary rockers' first studio effort in 10 years is all about blues music.
Raking it in: With more than 150,000 people attending, the festival — which was two years in the making — was predicted to make at least £117 million in ticket sales, hospitality and merchandising
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