Recently separated Hollywood couple Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are rumoured to be planning a reunion at Thanksgiving.
Apparently a source close to the A-list pair has claimed they are desperately trying to save their 13-year marriage.
The Sun reports the troubled celebs are hoping to spend the time together with their two children, Dylan, 13, and 10-year-old Carys, during the November 28 celebrations.
The Hollywood source told the paper that Michael, 69, and Catherine, 44, remain close and are speaking daily, despite choosing not to walk the Emmys red carpet together when Michael recently won the best actor accolade for Behind The Candelabra.
The mole said: "It is baby steps at the moment. They have given each other a lot of space, and at this moment they are planning to be together with the children.
"They are likely to be getting together at their Hamptons estate for a holiday gathering. But Catherine hopes that she may be able to get away with them all to a sunny climate - nothing is finalised."
The pal added that the pair are 'keeping things very private' and although they are 'not back together as a full-time couple' they had not taken off their wedding rings.
"Their focus is spending time with the children and having fun. Alone time could help them move forward," the source said.