Catherine Zeta-Jones and her lookalike daughter Carys Zeta Douglas have posed together on the September issue of Town and Country, and the pair look stunning.
The 15-year-old opened up to the publication about how she was bullied at school over her father, Michael Douglas', age.
Michael is 73 and her mother Catherine is 48.
She told the magazine, 'When I was younger I didn't like the idea of having this name attached to me, this kind of 'Douglas dynasty' stuff.
'I think what bothers me the most is that people think I don't work hard for it, that I don't need to work hard for it. That anything I do gets handed to me.'
'When, honestly, I feel like it's the opposite. I feel I need to constantly prove myself to people—that I am not just my parents' daughter.'
Catherine also opened up to the magazine, gushing over her daughter: 'She has her own individual style. She's modern but age-appropriate. I've never had to turn to Carys and say, 'I think that's a little inappropriate.'
She added: 'She has a mysteriousness about her. But she's still a teenager.'
Carys credits her parents for keeping herself and brother Dylan, 18, grounded.
She said: 'My parents do a really good job of reality-checking me and being like, 'Look around you. The life you have is extraordinary'.'
'What I instilled in my kids, and I'm very, very proud of it, is manners,' Zeta-Jones also said.
'There's nothing worse than a privileged kid without manners. I drilled it into them like boot camp. The teenage years.
'She knows she cannot roll her eyes at me, or huff and puff around me. I never did it to my mother, and she's not doing it to me.'