Catherine Zeta-Jones' son Dylan shows off impressive ballroom dancing skills with her on beach

Catherine Zeta-Jones spent part of her family vacation dancing with someone special! Last week the actress took to her Instagram to share a video of herself and her son Dylan ballroom dancing on the beach. The Cocaine Godmother star's 17-year-old took the lead as they showed off their fancy footwork. “Shall we dance? seize the moment❤️#funwithson," she captioned the video posted on March 23. The 48-year-old looked stylish in a white crochet kaftan styled over a black mini dress, while Dylan was beach ready in a pair of Union Jack swimming trunks and matching baseball cap.

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Catherine-Zeta Jones vacation VIEW GALLERY Catherine and her family enjoyed a vacation in the Dominican Republic Photo: Instagram/@catherinezetajones

Fans were quick to compliment their moves, with one writing: "Adorable. Mother and son," while another said: "This is adorable." A third commented: "Catherine this is so special!!!" Catherine was joined on the trip to the Dominican Republic by her husband Michael Douglas and their 14-year-old daughter Carys. The Feud actress shared a collage of pictures from the family vacation, which she simply captioned: "Family ❤️." Dylan also shared a sweet picture featuring his sister, who resembles their famous mother, posing next to him in the water.

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Catherine has previously spoken out about Dylan and Carys' passion for the performing arts, admitting that the teens have a interest in following in their famous family's footsteps. While chatting with Jimmy Kimmel about them wanting to pursue careers in Hollywood, she said: "I know it's going to be hard for them because they've got their grandfather Kirk, they've got me, they have Michael, but they so inherently love it."

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Catherine continued: "They're good. They go to summer camp every year, they do three musicals and straight plays, they love it. I've had a wonderful life in this business so I only – if they want to do it, they know the hardships and the percentages of who makes it and who doesn't. So I just think that they've got – they've got the talent and I know that they have the drive."

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