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Catherine Zeta-Jones' Kids Changed A LOT Since We Last Saw Them

Dylan and Carys are teens now.

It’s only been a year since we last saw photos of Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas’ two kids, but the teens have grown a lot!

Over the weekend, Dylan, 16, and Carys, 13, joined their famous parents at the Desert Trip Festival in Indio, California, to see Bob Dylan and The Rolling Stones in concert. Zeta-Jones then documented their fun family outing on Instagram.

From the pictures, it’s clear that both teens are looking more and more like mom. Both have the same dark hair, high cheekbones and smiles as Zeta-Jones.

It’s funny how much can change in a year. When the family made a rare public appearance in Jerusalem in June 2015, Carys actually looked more like dad! Here’s a photo of the family on the red carpet for reference:

And here are the kids now, twinning with matching Rolling Stones’ T-shirts and sunglasses, posing with Zeta-Jones and Douglas. The two have certainly grown!

While Zeta-Jones and Douglas like to keep their kids out of the limelight, they are no strangers to talking about their love for their children.

Earlier this year, for instance, 72-year-old Douglas gave a shout out to his son on Facebook after Dylan gave a speech at his school’s fundraising event.

Dylan attends New York’s Windward School for his dyslexia. In 2010, Douglas revealed to Parade Magazine that his family move from Bermuda to the U.S. the previous year just so Dylan could get the best education.

“My son deals with dyslexia to a degree,” he told The Guardian in 2010. “It runs in the family and my brother has it. He goes to a special school.”

Carys also attends school in New York. Back in April, Zeta-Jones paid tribute to her daughter on her 13th birthday by posting a sweet throwback photo to Instagram.

Clearly Zeta-Jones and Douglas are proud parents to their two kids.

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