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Courteney Cox and ex-fiance consider reconciliation - report

Published 30/12/2015

Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid
Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid

Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid are both open to giving their relationship a second chance.

Actress Courteney Cox and her former fiance Johnny McDaid are reportedly trying to rekindle their romance, a month after calling it quits.

News of the couple's split surfaced at the end of November (15) after Courteney was photographed without her engagement ring, and the 39-year-old Snow Patrol guitarist reportedly returned to his native Ireland following the break-up. But, according to new reports, he is pining for his former flame.

"People close to Johnny think he is having second thoughts about breaking up with Courteney,” a source told Life & Style magazine. "It seems like he really misses her. They are reconnecting and talking. So he booked a flight to come back to Los Angeles to try and work things out with her... He really wants to give it a second chance and she’s open to that.”

Insiders previously claimed the couple had faced difficulties since February (15), and sought professional help to try and salvage their relationship.

"She is tough and doesn’t suffer fools," one source told The Sun newspaper, "(while) Johnny is laid back and their personalities just clashed. She would try to mother him and he didn’t like it."

Courteney, 51, was introduced to the Irishman by British singer Ed Sheeran in late 2013, and, Johnny popped the question in June, 2014.

The actress was previously married to fellow actor David Arquette from June 1999 until October 2010, when they announced their separation. The couple finalised its divorce in May 2013.

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