Michael, Catherine Set Date
Invitations to the Nov. 18 wedding of Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones arrived in a cream-colored box and were printed on heavy cream paper rimmed in gold, reports The Washington Post, which has published the elaborately printed card in this morning's editions. The precise location of the ceremony will be provided later, although it is known that the wedding celebration will be held at New York's Plaza Hotel, according to a posting on Douglas's Web site. As for presents, parents Michael and Catherine suggest a check to baby Dylan Michael Douglas's charitable fund, "a wonderful means of teaching him . . . the joy of giving to others who are less fortunate," they suggest. As for those who received invitations, Douglas's publicist Alan Burry denied reports in today's New York Daily News that Douglas's troubled younger brother Eric (who yesterday called the News to say he's "been clean and sober for four months") had been scratched from the guest list. Likewise the story that Michael's father Kirk wanted Michael's mother Diana banned from the ceremony, because he reputedly didn't like a book she wrote.
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