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Friday 29 August 2014

Courteney Cox announces engagement

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Johnny McDaid and Courteney Cox
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Johnny McDaid and Courteney Cox
Courteney Cox is engaged to boyfriend Johnny McDaid

Courteney Cox has got engaged to her boyfriend Johnny McDaid.

The Friends star announced on Twitter that she and the Snow Patrol rocker are planning to tie the knot.

"I'm engaged to him!" she tweeted, along with a picture of the pair.

Johnny, 37, tweeted the same photo at the same time, with the words: "I'm engaged to her!"

There had been rumours the couple were planning to make things official after Courteney, 50, was snapped flashing a diamond ring.

And earlier this year their mutual friend Ed Sheeran sparked wedding speculation when he said in an interview that Courteney and Johnny "couldn't be happier" and that he wouldn't be surprised if they got married.

Courteney was previously married to her Scream co-star David Arquette, but their 11-year marriage came to an end in 2010 and they were officially divorced in May 2013.

The couple share custody of their 10-year-old daughter, Coco.

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