OSCAR winning expectant mother Catherine Zeta-Jones is worried about how her son DYLAN will react after she gives birth - so she's employed a childcare expert to ensure he doesn't become jealous.
According to Britain's The Sun newspaper, the CHICAGO star - who's afraid Dylan will feel neglected - has been advised against holding her baby when her son, two, visits the hospital for the first time.
The 33-year-old beauty - married to Hollywood legend MICHAEL DOUGLAS - has paid for five $375 (GBP250) sessions with an American-based child behaviour expert.
A friend of the actress told the tabloid, "She wants to make sure Dylan doesn't feel pushed out. Catherine is going to buy a present to give to Dylan from the baby.
"She's also going to make sure that when Dylan comes to the hospital to meet his little brother or sister the baby is in the cot."
Catherine is due to give birth in the next two weeks.