The adorable actress, known for her role in U.S. sitcom, "Friends," is making waves in a 50-is-the-new-21 way.
Courteney Cox, in an itty-bitty bikini, showed how 50 is the new 21.
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While vacationing with her Northern Irish soon-to-be-husband, Johnny McDaid (Snow Patrol guitarist), Courteney showed off her toned frame in a pair bikini ensembles -- one blue, the other white -- after a number of changes.
The pair spent time in Cabo San Lucas, known for its sandy beaches and amazing surf, according to Trip Advisor, which describes the destination:
As a well-known destination for both spring breakers and A-list travelers in need of a getaway, Cabo San Lucas has definite vacation cred. The beaches here range in temperament, from the serene waters of the Sea of Cortez and Playa del Amor to the kickin’ waves of Zippers, a surfing paradise. If you care to romp with locals, head to the coves and rock formations of the Cannery beaches. Kids will have a blast communing with the local animals by swimming with dolphins or taking a camel ride through the Desert Park Natural Reserve.
Courteney Cox has always enjoyed a striking set of pillars and abs, but at half-a-century, she proved that she can still rock a bikini like girls 30 years her junior. Perhaps, some things get better with age?
Cox and McDaid have been dating for less than a year, and recently announced their engagement to be married. Prior to meeting her fiance, Courteney ended her longtime marriage to David Arquette, who she has a 10-year-old daughter, Coco, with.
The Cougar Town actress is best known for her role as the obsessive-compulsive character, Monica Geller, in the U.S. sitcom, Friends. She starred alongside Jennifer Aniston (Rachel Green), who is currently engaged to Justin Theroux. Not surprisingly, Aniston recently gave her pal some engagement advice.
She has time to act on the counsel from her BFF, but Courteney Cox, at 50, can certainly give some advice to anyone looking to look good and feel good -- at any age.