Courteney Cox 'taking care of' rocker beau Johnny McDaid as he sports neck brace after missing Glastonbury
Actress Courteney Cox, on Monday, revealed she is "taking care" of her rocker beau Johnny McDaid who is recuperating after a serious neck problem. McDaid was scheduled to play at the iconic British music festival Glastonbury last weekend, however, he was forced to cancel at the last minute because of health issues.
The 55-year-old actress took to Instagram to update us on his condition by sharing a sweet picture, where she leaned on her 42-year-old boyfriend's shoulder as he smiled at the camera while wearing a neck brace. Cox, along with the picture, wrote: "Happy to be taking care of my man....I’M HIS NUMBER ONE FAN!'Johnny has sooo many platinum discs, now he has two made of titanium. Thank you @drtoddlanman for your incredible work."
The 'Friends' actor also gave her post a funny touch as she added another picture where she superimposed her face into a film character wielding a hammer. The pair have been dating since 2013, and had announced their engagement in 2014, however, they soon called it off. They have remained a couple ever since with Cox said she felt "married in [her] heart" to the musician. McDaid, while speaking to PEOPLE in 2016, said: "I don’t know if you can put a label on what makes us work, but I know that I’ve never loved like I love this woman, so if that’s enough, then that’s enough."
The rock band Snow Patrol took to Facebook Tuesday, announcing they were pulling out of the Glastonbury Festival due to McDaid's serious neck problems. Lead singer Gary Lightbody wrote on Facebook: "Our dear brother, piano and guitar player Johnny McDaid has a serious problem with his neck and after consulting with some top neurosurgeons they are all in agreement that the only course of action is immediate surgery."
"We are all of course worried about our brother Johnny. He is a force of nature and a giant light in our lives on stage and off and we, of course, will give him all the time and support he needs to recover," he added.