With her husband Michael Douglas and two children by her side, Catherine Zeta-Jones was formally knighted today in London in honor of her contributions to cinema and charity.
The 41-year-old actress was made a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) at Buckingham Palace in a ceremony presided over by Prince Charles.
"He's recovering great, the tumor is gone and it's the beginning of another road — but it's all good, a better one."
According to Look to the Stars, Zeta-Jones supports a number of charities, including Cinema for Peace, Broadway Cares, Global Missing Children's Network and the Worldwide Orphans Foundation. She is also a patron of the Children's Hospital for Wales.
Check out video below of Zeta-Jones chatting about her new CBE: