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Dylan and Carys Douglas bring the drama

08/01/2007 at 10:36 PM ET

Catherine Zeta-Jones has said she would support her kids’ actingambitions when they’re adults, but it seems like Dylan, who turns 7next week, and Carys, 4, are already displaying showbiz chops.

They were absolutely actors from the moment they popped out, both of them. Drama! Everything is drama in our house – but beautifully done, I must say. Iadmire my daughter’s directing ability too – she’s very bossy.

Reaffirming her claim that she would "wholeheartedly" support their acting dreams, Catherine says she’s also aware that, should they follow in her and Michael Douglas‘ footsteps, Dylan and Carys have a lot to live up to.

When you’re the son or daughter of someone famous, people judge you.

Source: Evening Telegraph

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Kristin on

Hahaha, I can completely relate to Catherine’s observations about her daughter. I also have a very dramatic 4 yr old daughter whom we call “The Director.” She tells us exactly what she wants us to do and say when we play, but she does it in a nice way. We laugh all the time about how she will be directing films in the future!

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