Catherine Zeta-Jones' forgetful wedding
Catherine Zeta-Jones feared she would forget her wedding.
The Oscar-winning actress - who married Michael Douglas in November 2000 - didn't think she would be able to remember the happiest day of her life because it went by in such a blur.
She said: "I was scared that I might forget, but I remember everything about our wedding day. I thought, 'I'm going to wake up in the morning, look at Michael and say, 'Did we get married yesterday?' But, I can remember everything because it was a really great day.
"I remember walking down the aisle and looking at Michael - I couldn't stop smiling. And taking the vows was something else."
Catherine, 38, also revealed she tap danced for Michael on one their first dates because she knew she was in love.
She added to Britain's OK! magazine: "I'd always talked to him about how I could tap dance and he didn't believe I could. So one day I wanted to show him but I didn't want to ruin the floor so he said to do it in the bathroom. I said, 'That's just too weird. I'm not tap dancing in your bathroom. What are you going to do, sit on the toilet or tub and watch me?' But I did it. I must have been in love right then!"
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