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Courteney Cox 'wants relationship counselling'

Published 05/12/2015

Courteney Cox
Courteney Cox

Actress Courteney Cox allegedly doesn't want to plaster over her relationship problems with fiancé Johnny McDaid.

Former Friends star Courteney Cox is reportedly desperate to go for counselling with fiancé Johnny McDaid.

The couple announced their engagement on Twitter in June 2014, with countless stories emerging of their wedding plans. However reports have recently suggested the pair have called off their planned nuptials, after a wedding-related bust up.

"Things have been rocky for a while," a source divulged to Britain's Grazia magazine. "They were arguing over wedding plans, had one almighty row and she asked him to leave.

"They are both devastated that it has come to this. Courteney has been especially upset and is telling friends it's a trial separation while they figure out how to move forward. She's desperate to have relationship counselling."

The couple met through mutual friend Ed Sheeran in 2013. The Snow Patrol rocker quickly became a key part of Courteney's life, getting on well with her daughter Coco, 11, from her previous marriage to David Arquette. In the 18 months since becoming engaged the pair have been inseparable, and have never been shy about sharing their romance on social media sites. Despite the alleged split, the couple’s friends are said to be remaining positive and hoping that things will work themselves out.

"They fell in love extremely quickly," the insider added. "And now it seems that they've reached a stumbling block. Courteney says she loves Johnny and wants to marry him, but she knows deep down they can't plaster over cracks and get hitched without addressing their problems. But she is still hopeful they will get through this, as we all are."

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