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German tourists nabbed at Zeta's new pad

Feb 24 2004

Catrin Pascoe, The Western Mail

 

TWO German tourists have been caught trying to sneak into Catherine Zeta-Jones' new home.

The middle-aged celebrity- spotters were caught by builders working on the £1m mansion - trying to clamber over the fence with a camera.

The well-dressed pair, both in their 50s, were thrown out before they stepped foot inside the plush new residence.

Construction bosses say they have been plagued by fans and celebrity stalkers since work began more than a year ago at Mumbles, near Swansea.

Site spokeswoman Vivienne Jenkins said, "It is mad - it really is. And it is only going to get worse. We've had people just walking in the front, coming across the field or coming through the back to have a look. It is completely crazy - we've even had people up in a helicopter trying to sneak a look."

Since Christmas Catherine's new pad has become a Swansea tourist hotspot.

Vivienne added, "They flock here because of Catherine's celebrity status - the area would be quiet without them."

Catherine, 34, and husband Michael Douglas, 59, are expected to move into the house with their two children Dylan, three, and one-year-old Carys this spring.

The pair were pictured at the Screen Actors Guild awards, with Catherine sporting a new look. Her heavily-sequinned corseted gown in vintage gold was set off by a departure from her usual look: her long dark tresses loose and softly curled, She also wore Elizabeth Arden's new spring make-up collection of pink and lavender, with neutral lips.

 
 

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