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Courteney Cox snapped with ex-fiance Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid sparking reunion rumours

Published 28/03/2016

Back on? Johnny and Courteney were engaged for almost two years.
Back on? Johnny and Courteney were engaged for almost two years.
Director Courteney Cox and musician Johnny McDaid attend the Los Angeles Special Screening of "Just Before I Go" at ArcLight Hollywood on April 20, 2015 in Hollywood, California.
Actress Courteney Cox and Snow Patrol star Johnny McDaid
It was reported Johnny McDaid was dating Irish MTV presenter Meghann Scully.
Meghann Scully
Friends star Courtney Cox with her Derry-born fiancé Johnny McDaid of Snow Patrol
Courteney Cox and Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid. Pic Twitter

Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid and ex-finance, the Friends star Courteney Cox, have been snapped together shopping in America, sparking rumours they are back together.

The pair were spotted for the first time since their December split in Malibu while out on Easter Sunday, the Daily Mail reported.

The paper said the two, who were accompanied by the American's daughter Coco, looked happy and content together.

McDaid, 39 and the 51-year-old actress were engaged in June 2014.

However, they called the relationship off over reports of differences over where to live and how they handled life in the spotlight.

Celebrity website TMZ claimed he wanted to return to live in the UK with Cox more content to remain in America. There were also rumours the Derry man was uncomfortable in the limelight.

The separation was said to be amicable with sources saying the two would often exchange friendly text messages.

Following the split, it was reported that McDaid was dating the former MTV presenter Meghann Scully, however, this was denied.

Read more: Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid dating Irish stunner Meghann Scully months after shock split from Courteney Cox

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