Catherine Zeta Nearly Falls Out of Dress

Catherine Zeta Nearly Falls Out of Dress
Just days after she was made a CBE at Buckingham Palace, Catherine Zeta Jones has received yet another honour.

The actress was given lifetime achievement award by the Welsh society of New York at the Yale Club last night.

But the 41-year-old beauty certainly wouldn't have won any awards for best supported actress.

The usually impeccably dressed star fell foul of a mammary malfunction as her revealing dress left very little to the imagination.

The actress' assets were spilling out all over the place and even her rather hideous fur coat did little conceal her plunging neckline.

The star, who is originally from Swansea, Wales, was given the Hopkins bronze medal during the St David's Day celebration banquet.


The actress was seen heading off to the Yale Club in a black gown and white fur coat, accompanied by her supportive husband Michael Douglas.

The organisation said the award was for Zeta Jones' 'worldwide stature in the film and theatre industries, her unstinting pride in Wales, her generosity in support of Welsh causes and her role as an ambassador for Wales in the United States of America.'

The star, who won an Oscar for her role in Chicago, is back in New York with her husband after a brief visit to London to be named a CBE (Commander of the British Empire).
She was given the award for services to the film industry and to charity and was presented with the honour by Prince Charles.
The couple were joined at the ceremony, held at Buckingham Palace, by their children Dylan and Carys.

After receiving her award, she said: 'It means a lot to come home with my family and to be honoured in this way - very emotional, rather nervous I must say, and it was worth (it) to have Michael in good health to be able to enjoy it (with me).'
The actress also revealed that she had chatted to the Prince about her husband's health and recent battle with throat cancer and said Charles had expressed his sympathy.

She added: 'Obviously we talked about Michael. The last time I saw His Royal Highness, Michael had just got his treatment so he was concerned, but he was very happy to hear... he's well on the road to recovery.'
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