Courteney Cox and Irish fiancé Johnny McDaid 'considering adoption' after their nuptials
Published 18/04/2015 | 13:44
Courteney Cox and her Irish fiancé are believed to be considering adding to their family after the pair walk down the aisle later this year.
The 50-year-old actress, who is already a mom to Coco (10), and Snow Patrol rocker Johnny got engaged last year and will walk down the aisle in 2015
Courteney is said to be keen to have another little one to add to her growing family. She and Johnny have already signed up to adoption agencies, according to reports.
"Courteney and Johnny see adoption as the perfect way to add to their family, while also doing something good for a child who needs a loving home," an insider told Closer.
The former Friends star underwent IVF treatment to conceive Coco and has often spoken about her desire to become a mum again.
In 2008 she spoke about the prospect of adopting if trying for a child "doesn't work" and it seems Johnny shares her dream.
"They still have a long way to go before they can officially adopt, but Courteney can't wait to be a mum again," the source added. "She's so excited that she's already started making plans for a nursery at their Malibu beach house."
Adding a new arrival to their life could be just what they need, as recent reports suggested the couple were feeling unsettled. While Courteney often spends time in Los Angeles, Johnny's family all reside in Ireland and it's thought the musician wants to tie the knot in his home country. This apparently stems from his relatives visiting the States for Christmas, making it unfair if they have to travel again for the wedding.