Oscar-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones recently spoke to Homes & Gardens about a number of topics, including her time in Bermuda, where she says she “felt most at home.”
The Homes & Gardens website said, “Academy award-winning actress Catherine Zeta-Jones is among the most celebrated figures in Hollywood – but despite taking LA by storm, home to Catherine is wherever she finds her family.
‘I have been on the move since I was 15 and have lived in London, Paris, LA, New York, and Bermuda – this is why home for me is always where my family is,’ Catherine shares in an exclusive discussion with H&G.
“The global icon continues, discussing everything from her earliest memories of home on the Welsh coast to her 1920s library in New York City – and everywhere in between.
“I felt most at home when my kids Dylan and Carys were little, and we were living in Bermuda. It was a completely different environment, but the consistency was reminiscent of the way I was brought up. Michael or I would work, and the other would pick up the children from school.
“Their childhood memories are so wonderful: waking up and being at the beach, swimming in the ocean, climbing rocks and trees. I was young, I’d won an Oscar, it was before my husband’s cancer, which was really traumatic for him and our family, so it was a golden time.
“And there was total privacy, which was paramount for us bringing up our children. We have great fond memories of being there.”
You can read the full story here on Homes & Gardens.