The actor’s two kids actually stood by his bedside as he was blasted with radiation therapy and pumped with powerful chemotherapy drugs! What a strong family!
During his interview with NBC’s the Today show, to announce his victory over deadly throat cancer, Michael Douglas revealed he took his children with wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones — son Dylan, 10, and daughter Carys, 7 — with him to cancer treatment appointments so they could understand what he was going through.
Carys Douglas is only 7 years old but she’s stepping up to the plate and taking care of her daddy, Michael, as he battles cancer.
Michael Douglas is in the fight of his life as he battles aggressive throat cancer. His wife, Catherine Zeta-Jones is currently in China doing charity work, but don’t worry, the gaunt-looking 66-year-old is in great hands — his daughter, Carys, is taking good care of him!
The movie star is dealing with his own personal battle against cancer, but Michael Douglas’ number one priority is his family and being a supportive father.
Michael Douglas, 66, has a lot going on in his life — a recent move from Bermuda to New York City, a hit movie Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps, and an intense battle with stage four throat cancer. And in a new interview with UK newspaper The Guardian, Michael — who said recently that he relocated to Manhattan so that his 10-year-old, Dylan, could attend a special school — explains his son’s special needs. “My son deals with dyslexia to a degree — it runs in the family and my brother has it,” he admits. “He goes to a special school.”
The real reason Michael Douglas and his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones moved their family from Bermuda to New York is so that their son Dylan can go to a specialized school.
Michael Douglas is currently battling throat cancer, but the 65-year-old is putting his family first. The Wall Street 2 star, who has been walking his daughter, Carys, 7, to school each day before his chemo sessions, has revealed why he and Catherine Zeta-Jones, 40, made the decision to move their family back to the US from Bermuda. They did it for their son, Dylan, 10. “One of our kids has some special needs and it was recommended that he go to a special school in the New York area,” explained Michael.