Thursday 18 January 2018

Just Say Yes: Courteney Cox 'talking marriage' with Irish boyfriend Johnny McDaid

David Arquette and Courtney Cox.
David Arquette and Courtney Cox.

Well, that was quick. It's no secret that actress Courtney Cox is glued at the hip to her Irish rocker boyfriend Johnny McDaid, but it looks like the couple are already planning the next step in their relationship.

Cox, who recently spoke about the regrets she experienced during her marriage and subsequent divorce to David Arquette, is said to be thinking about marrying her Snow Patrol other half.

According to US magazine In Touch, the pair are discussing marriage.

“Courteney is already talking marriage,” a source told the publication. “She gushes about Johnny all the time.”

"They're very serious."

The pair were set up by their mutual friend Ed Sheeran (and McDaid's housemate) and have been spotted together looking very much in love over the last six weeks.

“I wasn't allowed to talk about this, actually, but it's just gone public. My housemate, who I’ve lived with for a year, I introduced him to Courteney Cox,” Ed told OMG.

“They started dating and are crazy about each other and I ended up spending a lot of time living in her beach house and therefore bumping into all these random people. We spent Thanksgiving eve at Jennifer [Aniston]'s and Thanksgiving day at Courteney's.”


The A-list Hollywood actress unveiled her Irish romance at a party held by pal Jennifer Aniston. 

McDaid, who comes from Derry in Northern Ireland, is living in Los Angeles while he collaborates on singer Ed Sheeran's album.

Meanwhile, the Friends star has broken her silence on her divorce heartbreak.

''When you love someone, you want them to be happy, even if it's not with you," Courteney candidly told  More magazine.

''In divorce you always have regrets. We were married for a long time, so it's not like we didn't try.''

''Obviously, kids always want their parents to be together. But as divorces go, this is the best one we could provide."


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