Michael Douglas celebrated Thanksgiving with his father Kirk.

The 72-year-old actor and his 47-year-old wife Catherine Zeta-Jones enjoyed some quality time together with the 99-year-old actor for the American national holiday on Thursday (24.11.16), and the 'Chicago' star shared a picture of the family all together on social media.

Alongside a picture of the brunette beauty with her spouse, their children Carys, 13, and Dylan, 16, with their grandfather, which was posted on her Instagram account, it read: ''Thankful for so much today! Happy Thanksgiving to one and all. (sic).''

And Catherine has recently taken to social media to flaunt her enviably toned body to her fans whilst holidaying with her partner - who also has 37-year-old son Cameron with his ex-wife Diandra Luker - prior to the festive occasion because she was ''p***ed'' at the paparazzi for snapping pictures of her pert derriere without her permission.

She captioned a picture of her sporting a black bikini flaunting her posterior: ''P***ed the paparazzi photographed my a**, thus sharing the photographs my husband took of my a**. Always a better option for viewing (sic).''

Meanwhile, the silverfox - who has been married to the 47-year-old actress for 16 years - has admitted he thought he ''totally blew'' his chances with Catherine after their first date because he told her he was adamant he was going to be the father of her children, and feared his comment has scared her off.

Speaking previously about the couple's first date and the fateful one liner, the movie legend said: ''[He said to Catherine] 'You know, I'm going to be the father of your children.'''

However, the 'Mask of Zorro' star didn't seem impressed and after revealing to Michael at the time she knew ''a lot'' about him and his past, she swiftly left.

Speaking about his partner's response, the 'Fatal Attraction' star explained: ''[Catherine said] 'I've heard a lot about you and I've seen a lot about you and I think it's time that I said goodnight.'

''So I thought 'I've totally blew it.' She was gone early the next morning and she went to [Scotland]. I thought 'It's all gone I've just destroyed it.'''