"Friends" star Courteney Cox and musician Johnny McDaid have been together for a long time. The actress recently wrote a sweet message for her handsome beau. Check out her heartwarming tribute.
Actress Courteney Cox became a household name because of the classic sitcom "Friends," where she portrayed Monica Geller, a character who dated several men. In real life, only one man holds a special place in Cox's heart - Johnny McDaid.
McDaid, a member of the renowned band Snow Patrol, has been dating Cox for nearly a decade. The couple started dating in 2013 after the actress divorced her ex-husband, actor David Arquette.
Cox and the British singer have been inseparable for years. Grateful for their long union, the 57-year-old actress recently shared two pictures of them on Instagram and wrote the sweet caption:
"8 years later…I asked him to come up with a caption and he fell asleep. Still got it. ♥️ Happy Anniversary xoxo"
The first snap, which appeared to have been taken years back, showed Cox and McDaid sitting close to each other. They wore matching black outfits with the "Scream" actress sporting a pair of eyeglasses.
Cox, who donned a chic necklace and earrings, cuddled the 45-year-old artist on the bed in the second photo. The veteran TV actress snapped a picture as McDaid was sleeping.
Cox previously said she was hurt because she was the only actress on the sitcom who did not receive an Emmy nomination.
The heart-melting pictures amassed more than 1 million likes, with fans swooning over Cox's short yet sweet message. Others greeted the couple for their special milestone.
Cox seems to enjoy sharing her new milestones through photos. Just months before the couple's anniversary, the "Longest Yard" actress paid tribute to her daughter Coco's 17th birthday.
As a way to celebrate her daughter's special occasion, she shared several old photos of the adorable teenager when she was little. Coco is Cox's only daughter with Arquette.
Besides celebrating her family's milestone, Cox recently celebrated the 27th anniversary of the sitcom "Friends." She paid tribute to the iconic show by sharing a clip from a 1994 TV guest appearance.
Cox starred in the comedy series alongside actors Jennifer Aniston, David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, and Matthew Perry. The iconic cast recently had their special reunion, which left them all feeling emotional.
The "Friends" special reunion scored a 2021 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Variety Special. While Cox felt proud of the recent recognition, she revealed it was not the one she expected.
Cox previously said she was hurt because she was the only actress on the sitcom who did not receive an Emmy nomination. However, she felt good after earning a Golden Globe nomination for "Cougar Town."
September 19, 2021