The perfect skinned Friends star, Courteney Cox is on a vacay in Ireland with boyfriend Johnny McDaid.
She is currently in Ireland and her lovely daughter Coco is with her. She even photobombed her mother and her pals while they were busy taking a picture in the Emerald Isles.
Coco is ten years old but still likes to goof off time after time. She was right there alongside her mother and mom’s fiancé, the Irish rock star, Johnny McDaid.
They all spent their time seeing the sites and visiting various shops for some relaxing retail therapy. They also went to the jewelry shop D Cooley and had a photo or two taken together.
It was here that Courteney’s daughter photobombed the pic in a strange way. She appears at the bottom of the pic peering out from within the legs of the standing adults who posed for the camera.
Courteney and McDaid are to tie the knot within a year’s time. This has sparked rumor that they may be sightseeing for a suitable site for their wedding ceremony in Ireland. However, some say the wedding will take place in Courteney’s native state of Alabama.
The wedding celebration will likely be a small-time affair since the two lovebirds want it that way. They try to shun too much publicity and want things to be homely and nice and comfy.
Meanwhile, Courteney Cox also later on flew in to visit McDaid’s family in his native hometown of Derry. And although Miss Cox has near royalty status among celebs, she preferred to fly in a regular airline with a discount offer.
They all had a nice time with friends and family in the premises. McDaid and Courteney both posted online messages regarding their getting hitched.
The remarks were simple enough. Both of them said “I am getting engaged to him/her” respectively. Courteney split up some time ago from her husband named Arquette.
Arquette however bears no ill will against Courteney or her fiancé McDaid since the latter shows extremely caring behavior in his attitude to Coco. Arquette admits that McDaid would surely make the best possible stepdad for Coco.
Source: Belfast Telegraph