The daughter of Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas is now a grown lady and here is what she looks like now

In a picture-perfect self-portrait shared just last Friday from her beach vacation during the festive season, she proudly displayed the unmistakable beauty she inherited from her mother.

Resembling her mother, Catherine, during the iconic era of “The Darling Buds of May”, the 20-year-old actress captured the spirit of her mother’s portrayal as Mariette in the beloved 1990s series. This marked the inception of Catherine’s remarkable acting journey.

Amidst her holiday celebrations, Carys donned a stylish brown bikini, showcasing her radiant beauty in a casual selfie. Additionally, she treated her followers to a sneak peek of her cozy cabin retreat, giving insight into her literary preferences, including a focus on Kahlil Gibran’s masterpiece “The Prophet”.

Earlier in the current year, Carys captivated her audience with a collection of videos showcasing her musical prowess. From her impressive vocal range to her adept piano playing, she earned accolades from none other than her mother, who lauded the interpretations as “captivating” and “remarkable”.

Carving her unique niche in the world of entertainment, Carys is gracefully treading her own path while embracing the legacy of her illustrious parents. In a recent captivating video, she took center stage alongside the Honky Tonks, the resident band at Hus Mals og Menningar bar in Reykjavik, Iceland.

The performance was met with such admiration that one of the band members even knelt before Carys, expressing heartfelt praise as the act reached its conclusion. Posting the video on Instagram without any caption, Catherine couldn’t contain her pride, leaving a comment that resonated with joy, saying: “Carys!!!! Incredible! Wish I could be there. Love you. Have a blast, my darling”. Sibbi, the lead singer of the band, acknowledged Catherine’s comment, affirming Carys’s amazing talent and shedding light on their nightly renditions of “Shallow” featuring different guest singers.