Catherine Zeta-Jones has told ITV Wales that she 'wanted to give something back' to her home country as she officially renamed The Children's Hospital for Wales today.
The Swansea-born actress, a patron of children's charity The Noah's Ark Appeal, was in Cardiff to unveil the hospital's new name - Noah's Ark Children's Hospital for Wales.
"I'm a Welsh mother... the welfare and health of children is really important to me. I've been very blessed in my life - I've had two healthy children," she said.
"It gives me great pleasure to give something back."
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