Summer wedding in Northern Ireland rumoured for Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid
Speculation is growing Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid will tie the knot in Northern Ireland this summer.
The US actress and Snow Patrol guitarist are said to be exchanging vows near McDaid's childhood home in Derry.
According to Closer magazine, the couple will wed on June 15, which is also Cox's 54th birthday.
A source told the publication: "They’ve decided to have a small ceremony in Ireland at the local church near Johnny’s childhood home followed by a big party back in LA at Courteney’s Malibu home on the beach."
It is also reported the pair are currently house-hunting and looking at a "lavish home in a gated complex in Derry".
The Derry man met the former Friends actress at her Malibu home in 2013 after being introduced by mutual friend Ed Sheeran.
They announced their engagement in 2015, but separated for four months amid reports the musician wanted to move back to Northern Ireland.
The pair reunited in 2016.
Cox has one daughter named Coco, 11, from her marriage to actor David Arquette.
The actress recently supported her fiance at an awards bash in Dublin.
Last month, McDaid, 41, was honoured with an Outstanding Achievement award from the Irish Music Rights Organisation.
The couple appeared together at the event at The Gibson Hotel in the city.
They were also spotted partying the night away in London during the annual Brit Awards.
The couple's impending nuptials come as Snow Patrol get ready to release their new studio album, Wildness, in May.
The NI band unveiled their new single Don’t Give In this week.
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