The celebrity couple donated a large amount of money to build a wing at Children's Hospital for Wales in Cardiff and they came by to see the result.
Catherine Zeta-Jones and her husband Michael Douglas visited sick kids at a children's hospital in the actress' native Wales on Friday, July 23 as part of the couple's ongoing charity campaign for better facilities.
The Hollywood actors opened the Children's Hospital for Wales in Cardiff in 2006 and donated a large sum to the Noah's Ark Appeal, which aims to provide better medical care for kids in the country. Zeta-Jones, who is a patron of the charity, is hoping to help raise another $10.5 million for the good cause to build an intensive care unit at the site.
The actress spent 90 minutes touring the wards with her partner, spending time with the young patients and their families, and telling reporters, "It really is an honour for me to come back when it's running."