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Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid 'working on relationship'

Published 29/03/2016

Johnny McDaid and Courteney Cox
Johnny McDaid and Courteney Cox

The actress and her former fiance remain close after calling off their engagement in November (15).

Courteney Cox and her rocker ex Johnny McDaid still "really care about each other", according to the actress' representative.

The former Friends star sparked rumours of a reconciliation with the Snow Patrol musician on Sunday (27Mar16), as they enjoyed an Easter outing with Courteney's 11-year-old daughter, Coco.

The shopping trip in Malibu, California, marked the first time Courteney and Johnny, 39, had been spotted in public together after calling off their 18-month engagement and parting ways in November (15).

Now the 51-year-old's spokesperson has fuelled the reunion reports, suggesting the couple is working on rebuilding its relationship.

"They really care about each other and they are spending time together," the rep told UsMagazine.com.

The news emerges weeks after Johnny was rumoured to be dating Irish celebrity reporter and blogger Meghann, 23, who lives in Los Angeles. Reports alleged he was smitten with the young journalist after meeting her at the Oscar Wilde Awards in Hollywood in February (16), when he spotted her working on the red carpet.

"Johnny is very laid back and often found the courtship with Courteney very smothering," a source told Britain's The Sun newspaper. "Now that he's single again, he just wants to have fun and enjoy himself. He feels (he and Meghann) have a lot in common and wants to get to know her better."

However, his publicist promptly shut down the new romance rumours, telling the MailOnline, "Johnny is not dating anyone and hasn't since Courteney Cox."

Courteney and her first husband, David Arquette, divorced in 2013. They are parents to daughter Coco, who was born in 2004.

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