They're on the red-carpet road to reconciliation! Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas reunited Tuesday, April 15, for their first joint red-carpet appearance since announcing their separation last August.
The married couple of 13 years, both sporting their wedding bands, wore complementary black outfits to the opening night of drama The Library at NYC's Public Theater. Zeta-Jones, 44, looked stunning in a black long-sleeve dress with a plunging neckline, rocking a new set of bangs, plum lip color, and beaded clutch by alice + olivia, while beaming beside her 69-year-old husband.
They were at the play's opening night in support of its director, Oscar winner Steven Soderbergh. (Zeta-Jones and Douglas have previously collaborated with the revered director, including working together on the 2000 drama, Traffic. Douglas most recently worked with Soderbergh on the HBO miniseries, Behind the Candelabra.)
Married since 2000, the A-list couple, also parents to kids Dylan, 13, and Carys, 10, announced last summer that they were "taking some time part to evaluate and work on their marriage."
An optimistic Douglas told Jay Leno in October that he was "hopeful," while adding, "Sometimes people take a little bit of a break, but it doesn't necessarily mean that's the end."