There's no event like the Super Bowl to bring a family together!
Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones brought their two children, Dylan and Carys, to Super Bowl XLVIII on Feb. 2, and the foursome had a blast, according to an eyewitness!
"Michael and Catherine looked really happy at the Super Bowl," the observer shares with Closer. "She looked gorgeous, better than I have seen her in a long time. Her skin looked amazing and that red poncho was to die for.
"They looked like they were focused on their kids having a blast," the eyewitness adds. "I saw them lean in to whisper to one another a couple of times. They were all smiles. There was no sign of tension at all."
Zeta-Jones with Carys & Dylan
The couple separated last August after 13 years of marriage, but have since been spotted out together and both have continued to wear their wedding rings in public.
Douglas also posted a picture to his Facebook account of the family skiing in Canada over the holidays.
The group sat in a special VIP box which overlooked the field, with Zeta-Jones sitting next to Dylan, 13, and Douglas sitting next to Carys, 10.
The actress cheered throughout the entire game, at one point even waving to the cameras. All four sang along to the National Anthem before kick-off.
Also sitting in the sky box: Sir Paul McCartney and wife Nancy Shevell.
During an appearance on "The Tonight Show" last year, Douglas was surprisingly candid when commenting on his relationship with Zeta-Jones.
When asked how things were between them, Douglas answered, "Good I hope. I've been away for a while but everything should hopefully be on the up and up."
Looks like he was right!