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Catherine Zeta-Jones smoking despite Michael Douglas' tongue cancer

It seems Michael Douglas' battle with tongue cancer wasn't enough to get his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones to quit smoking.

The Welsh actress was snapped lighting up a cigarette at a Los Angeles airport on Monday as she waited outside for her husband to organise the couple's transport.
The images have shocked some who believed the 44-year-old actress had given up the habit following Douglas’ very public battle with tongue cancer.
Catherine Zeta-Jones spotted lighting up on Monday outside an LA airport after getting off a flight from New York.
However the Wall Street actor - who underwent successful radiation and chemotherapy to treat the aggressive stage four cancer - didn't let his illness stop him from working. The 69-year-old took home a Golden Globe for his stunning portrayal of Liberace in 2013's Behind the Candelabra.
Douglas and Zeta-Jones took a break from their 14-year marriage soon after Michael’s recovery only to reunite six-months after announcing their separation.
Douglas, 69, and Zeta-Jones, 44, have been married for 14-years.
The reconciliation came just two weeks after Michael told The Tonight Show that his marriage was "on the up".
"Things are going good," he said. "I've been away for a while, but everything should hopefully be on the up and up.
"Sometimes people take a little bit of a break, but [it] doesn't necessarily mean that's the end. So, I'm very hopeful."
Michael and Catherine met in 1999 and married the following year at an extravagant wedding at New York's Plaza hotel and they have two young sons, Dylan and Carys.

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