We’re so excited! Courteney Cox will marry her fiance, Johnny McDaid, on Saturday, Nov. 8, and her ex-husband, David Arquette, will attend the weekend ceremony, a source tells HollywoodLife.com EXCLUSIVELY. We’ve got all the details!
After a short, four-month engagement, Courteney Cox, 50, and Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid, 38, will get married on Saturday, Nov. 8, in front of their closest family and friends, including the Friends actress’ ex-husband, David Arquette!
Johnny McDaid & Courteney Cox Wedding: David Arquette Will Attend Weekend Ceremony
Even though Courteney isn’t interested in a “big showbiz wedding,” the couple is reportedly gearing up for two bashes!
“Courteney and Johnny had always planned on doing something in Northern Ireland for his friends and family there, but it will be a small celebration after their wedding in L.A. on Nov. 8,” a source told OK! Magazine.
The magazine also claims that David Arquette is invited, which a source has confirmed to HollywoodLife.com.
Plus, David and Courteney’s daughter, Coco Arquette, 10, will play “a big role.” She may even serve as a bridesmaid alongside her godmother, Jennifer Aniston.
Ed Sheeran, who set the couple up, will reportedly serve as a groomsman. He will also serenade them during their first dance. Snow Patrol will also do a set, according to the magazine.
Johnny allegedly wrote three new songs for the wedding, “two love songs for Courteney and one that will honor his late father.”
Courteney Cox Beating Jennifer Aniston To The Altar
We’re super happy for Courteney, but we’re quite surprised she’s getting married after just a four-month engagement.
Meanwhile, Courteney’s BFF, Jennifer Aniston, has been engaged for two and a half years.
“There’s been a lot of good-natured teasing about how Courteney is beating Jen to the altar, but Jen is helping her choose the dress, the cake, everything,” an insider said.
What do YOU think, HollywoodLifers? Are you excited for Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid’s wedding this weekend?
— Chris Rogers, Reporting by Russ Weakland