Michael Douglas, his wife Catherine Zeta-Jones, and their two children recently visited Walt Disney World in Florida, weeks after the 66-year-old actor finished his last radiation and chemotherapy treatments for throat cancer.
Douglas and Zeta-Jones, a 41-year-old actress and his second wife, celebrated their 10th wedding anniversary on November 18. They posed for photos with their children Dylan, 10, and Carys, 7, as well as Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, in front of the Christmas tree in at Walt Disney World's Epcot theme park on Wednesday.
Douglas' representatives said in August the actor, who recently starred in the film "Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps", was being treated for Stage Four throat cancer, a disease that can be cured 90 percent of the time if detected early, according to the U.S. National Institutes of Health.
He finished eight weeks of radiation and chemotherapy treatments in early October.
Douglas won the Golden Icon Award for his life's work and his friend Danny DeVito, who has known the actor since 1964 and starred with him in movies such as "Romancing The Stone", accepted it on his behalf at the Zurich Film Festival in Switzerland in October.