Catherine Zeta-Jones and Michael Douglas are happy campers today. The Oscar-winning lovebirds won their lawsuit against Hello! magazine, which they alleged published "cheap and tacky" pics of their November 2000 wedding. A London court judge ruled on Friday that the couple's "commercial confidence" was breached. The amount of damages was not announced, but the newlyweds were seeking $775,000. In a statement, Zeta-Jones and Douglas said: "We deeply appreciate that the court has recognized the principle that every individual has the right to be protected from excessive and unwanted media intrusion into their private lives."