The actress made her first public appearance after her stay at the psychiatric clinic
Catherine Zeta-Jones is an example of a Hollywood start, whose stay at a psychiatric hospital affected her positively. She appeared at the premiere of her new movie Red 2 in Hollywood and was cheered for her stunning outlook.
The premiere is the first even visited by the actress after leaving the psychiatric clinic, where she stayed for a month treating a bipolar disorder.
Journalists ask her how did she feel and she said only “I am excited”.
The actress plays a secret Russian agent in Red 2 together with a range of stars featuring Bruce Willis, Helen Mirren, John Malkovich and Mary-Louis Parker.
In 2011 Catherine Zeta-Johnes shared she is suffering a bipolar disorder – a condition in which a person has periods of severe depression and periods of extreme euphoria.
At the end of April this year, she entered the clinic for medical tests and treatment, while her husband Michael Douglas was fighting his throat cancer at the same time. Fortunately he announced the tumour has been fully treated and the war is over.
The provocative media questions, concerning her stay at the hospital and her husband’s disease were answered by saying she was aware this is a normal, although quite unpleasant situation, which her family will get through. she also mentioned that together with all bad things, there were many others, which made them happy and they were a priority for them.