There's no place like home for Hollywood beauty Catherine Zeta Jones.
She has got properties dotted all around the world. But the smile on her face when she was in Swansea yesterday showed it is the city where she feels most at ease.
She and husband Michael Douglas have now left the city for Bermuda after spending a weekend break with family and friends, it emerged today.
The stars snatched a quick 76-hours in the city with their children at the weekend giving people a sneak first glimpse of new baby Carys.
They looked happy as they holidayed and even had time for a quick look to check on progress of their new £1 million mansion in Plunch Lane in Mumbles.
The stars, who stayed at Morgans Hotel in the city centre, also visited a familiar haunt on Saturday enjoying a meal with friends at the Brasserie in Wind Street.
Restaurant manager Manuel said Zeta Jones had long been a regular visitor
"I'm always very pleased to see Mrs Douglas," he said.
It is thought they staged an early birthday party for son Dylan inviting children of friends to a get-together on Sunday afternoon. He is three on Friday.
A man answering calls at the Mayals home of Catherine's parents Dai and Pat said today the couple had now left for Bermuda.
Still more preparation for the move to Swansea emerged yesterday - the couple have donated a pony to a local riding club.
In return for youngsters riding the horse it will be made available to Dylan and sister Carys whenever the family is in the area.
One friend of the couple said: "Catherine loves coming back to Swansea. But she's really looking forward to having somewhere of her own to stay while she's here.''