Catherine Zeta-Jones worries about her family so much that they have now playfully nicknamed her 'Dame Doom'.
The Oscar winning star reveals to America's Parade magazine that her kids are constantly making fun of the way she worries about their safety, even when they get in and out of the car.
"Dylan and Carys make fun of me because I worry when they're climbing or jumping outside. I always think something could happen to them," Contactmusic quoted her, as telling the mag.
She also admits that she is 'the worst passenger', for she's constantly telling hubby Michael Douglas how to drive.
"And I always tell (husband) Michael (Douglas) how to drive. I'm the worst passenger. One time, he pulled over and got out of the car and said, 'You drive,'" she said.
However, Zeta-Jones also insists that there's nothing gloomy about her life.
"I'm happy. I'm crazy in love with my husband. I love my children and adore just watching them grow and change," she says.