Courtney Cox makes a rare appearance with teen daughter Coco as they step out for a charity event
Cox's teen daughter has always been somehow away from the spotlight despite having celebrity parents, but the world recently got a glimpse of the teen beauty at an event.
Courtney Cox, who starred in what is believed to be one of the most popular sitcoms of all times, is quite a recognized face in the media and the 'Friends' actress is quite vividly remembered for hiding her baby bump during the final few episodes of the hit show so as to not ruin the storyline.
The actress gave birth shortly after the sitcom ended and now her daughter Coco is now 14 years old, and she looks like a dream, as reported by Mirror Online. Cox's teen daughter has always been somehow away from the spotlight despite having such a famous mother, but the world recently got a glimpse of the teen beauty as the mother-daughter duo attended a charity held by Dermot O'Leary in London.
Cox, who is currently engaged to Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid, and her daughter Coco attended the 'An Evening with Dermot O'Leary and Ed Sheeran' in London for their outing, which was held to raise funds for the London Irish Centre charity.
Cox donned a black leather jacket and a pair of faded skinny jeans. On the other hand, Coco kept things simple with a black crop top, hooded jacket and cropped trousers. Both Cox and her daughter share quite a lovely and close bond with each other, something that Cox has always mentioned in her interviews. "We bicker, let's be honest, but we love each other. We laugh a lot, for sure," she said.
The 54-year old actress shares her daughter Coco with her former husband David Arquette, who she was married to between 1999 and 2013. The couple met on the set of the 'Scream' movies and instantly hit off. However, they ended up being separated by 2010, and eventually filed for divorce in 2013.
Courteney said at the time, "We found ourselves living separate lives and just coexisting and being great friends, but not having the intimacy that is so important in a relationship. I think you really need to work in a relationship, and I think that we tried. We're just really different, too. I'm the polar opposite of him. And that can be great for a lot of things, but I need this kind of real, one-on-one connection. And I don't know – I don't know."
However, the actress feels that despite their differences, the former couple try to do a good job at co-parenting for the sake of their daughter. She said, "It wasn't a dramatic ending. It was more of a ... just, I don't know. No one's ever asked me in this way, so I haven't really thought about it like this. I mean, as divorces go, I would say it's one of the better ones, for sure. We're good co-parents together."
However, things have been looking up for the 'Friends' actress, since multiple reports have come in that suggest that she is all set to tie the knot with Snow Patrol rocker and fiance McDaid in Northen Ireland soon. The 54-year-old actress and the guitarist 41-year-old are believed to be getting married in front of their closest family and friends at an intimate and private ceremony that will take place in Derry.
It is rumored that Ed Sheeran will be performing at the wedding and is going to entertain Courteney and Johnny's guests. Courteney's best friend and former 'Friends' castmate Jennifer Aniston will be serving as the maid of honor. The couple has also supposedly planned a second wedding reception in Malibu, California. Courteney and Johnny have a 12-year age gap and were introduced by Bloodstream singer Ed Sheeran back in 2013.
As was previously reported, last month, Johnny revealed how "scary" it felt to be so much in love with his bride-to-be. "Love is hard because it feels like a lot, and if you feel a lot you have a lot to lose and a lot to gain. When something is there, it can be scary and it can be hard but, overall, it is something that we decide to work on and we decide to put ourselves into."
"Like songs, it’s worth it because, in the end, you have something you get to treasure for the rest of your life," he shared.