Her ex-husband David Arquette just tied the knot, but Courteney Cox has a wedding of her own on the horizon, and she couldn't be happier about it. The former Friend stepped out with Johnny McDaid, her fiancé of 10 months, last night, where she gushed about her husband-to-be.
"He's a very sensitive soul," Cox told People. Though her courtship with the Snow Patrol rocker was brief, she knew he was the one "when I knew that this was just who he is, that he was just a beautiful, sensitive, loving person with a wonderful family, with a beautiful set of friends. Then I was like, 'This is for real!'"
Though they've been engaged nearly a year and have been spotted doing wedding planning in McDaid's native Northern Ireland, it's not all set in stone yet. "We'll get there," McDaid said before adding, "I just want to be with this woman for the rest of my life. That is all that matters. The ceremonies are academic."
To paraphrase Cox's on-screen husband Chandler Bing, could they be any more adorable? Perhaps — Cox's 10-year-old daughter Coco, from her first marriage to Arquette, is making a bid for cutest family member, too.
On Tuesday's episode of The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Cox spilled that Coco "is very excited about the wedding. I was going to hire a wedding planner, but apparently she wants to do it."
For a budding young wedding planner who reportedly wants to take on all the bridal party roles, it's probably been a very exciting year. Not only is she helping plan her mom's nuptials, she also sand at her dad's wedding, Cox revealed. "She sang two songs. She's just loving this wedding stuff," she said. "She's a really good singer. She sang 'I Will Always Love You' at David's wedding. That's a hard song!"