Catherine Zeta-Jones’ unrecognisable disguise as she travels in an empty London Underground carriage
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Catherine Zeta-Jones donned an unnecessary disguise as she travelled in an empty London underground carriage.
The Wednesday star is based in California with husband Michael Douglas, but made a trip back to the United Kingdom for the BAFTAs which took place in London on Sunday.
Catherine appeared at the annual television awards show to present best picture, which was won by war film All Quiet On The Western Front.
In a video which she posted to Instagram, the 53-year-old is seen bundled with layers in a grey matching coat and hat, as well as a scarf and sunglasses.
However, the Hollywood actress didn’t need to disguise herself from the public as the Tube carriage she was travelling in was surprisingly empty.
One fan wrote: “OMG! Imagine being on the tube and sitting opposite you is Catherine Zeta Jones! I’d probably forget to breathe and be totally speechless with how shook I would be.”
Another added: “Omg I would drop dead if I was on that tube…….. sat there next to Catherine … non the wiser”.
Whilst a third follower questioned: “Did you book out the whole carriage?!”
Many fans also said how much of a “rarity” it was to find an empty carriage, and asked the actress what time she was travelling.
Catherine hasn’t featured in a film since 2016, when she played Rose Winters in British war comedy film Dad’s Army.
However, the Swansea-born actress has remained a prominent face on television. Last year, she played Morticia Adams in two episodes of Nextflix’s Wednesday, and starred as Billie Pearce in Disney+’s National Treasure: Edge of History.
In 2003, Catherine won a BAFTA for Best Actress in a Supporting Role after starring as Velma Kelly in Chicago - a role she won a total of seven awards for.