Zeta-Jones’ Parents ‘fly To America To Support Daughter’

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April 15, 2011 | 4:15am EST

Welsh actress Catherine Zeta-Jones’ parents have flown to America to support the actress after her stint in a mental health facility to seek treatment for bipolar disorder, according to a U.K. report.
The Chicago star checked into a clinic in Connecticut last week to combat a serious bout of depression, after a tough year supporting her husband Michael Douglas through his throat cancer battle.

She’s since been released from the center, and her parents, Patricia and David, have jetted from their native Wales to help their daughter, reports Britain’s Daily Express.

A source tells the publication, “Catherine and her parents are very close. They’ve gone to help her at this time just as you would expect. They have been spending a lot of time with Catherine while Michael Douglas has been ill but now she’s the one that needs the support.”