We all loved Courteney Cox when she played the overbearing yet level-headed Monica on the TV sitcom "Friends." Today, we look at what she has been up to so many years after the show ended.
Like Courteney Cox, her partner, Johnny Mcdaid, is also in the entertainment and is the "Snow Patrol's" guitarist. Johnny broke through the scenes after his band's songs found a home, appearing on the highly emotional parts of the medical drama Grey's Anatomy."
The musician met Cox in 2013, having been introduced by Cox's friend, renowned musician Ed Sheeran. Sheeran says Cox often invited him to her home, and one day, Johnny tagged along.
Johnny McDaid and Courteney Cox attend the 2019 Hollywood For Science Gala at Private Residence on February 21, 2019 in Los Angeles, California. | Photo: Getty Images
FALLING IN LOVE
When they met, Cox was coming from a nasty divorce from David Arquette. But all that did not matter when she met Johnny. After that first introduction, the chemistry flew off the charts.
Their 13 year age difference notwithstanding, the sparks flew, and that September, they went out on their first date. They came out as an item in early 2014, and by mid that year, Johnny had proposed.
Cox announced the big news on her Instagram, sharing a photo of the two and captioning it with the news. And fans were excited for them.
BREAKING OFF THE ENGAGEMENT
Cox had her life in the U.S while Johnny's life was rooted in the U.K. Sadly, distance came between them, and in 2015, the pair called off their engagement amid questions of where they would choose to live.
Cox disclosed that Johnny had moved back to England after they broke off the engagement. Still, they could not stay apart for long, and the following year, they got back together.
The "Scream" actress shared on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show" that their relationship was better than it had been before because, during their time apart, they learned a lot about each other.
One perk about their relationship, though, is that they have to fly back and forth between Los Angeles and England to see each other, and it is expensive.
Their relationship has been going strong since, and according to new reports by Irish Mirror, the lovebirds plan on marrying in a private ceremony in Johnny's hometown of Derry in Northern Ireland this Christmas.
The publication also claims the ceremony will be held in a local church and, later, a massive party at a romantic castle nearby. Cox has asked her daughter Coco, 17, who she shares with her ex-husband, to be the maid of honor as they say their vows.