Friends star Courteney Cox enjoyed a girls’ getaway in Miami, Florida last Friday with her daughter Coco Arquette, 12 and other friends.
Courteney Cox soaked up the sun while holidaying in Miami on the 31st of March. The actress accessorized her Solid & Striped bikini with a simple heart necklace, earrings and a ring. She also wore a pair of shades as she seemed to be enjoying the Florida weather.
Courteney and her daughter Coco Arquette were joined poolside by another mother-daughter pair
The Alabama-born was spotted relaxing by a pool in Miami wearing a black bikini
The 52-year-old has daughter Coco Arquette from her marriage with actor David Arquette
She has been engaged with Johnny McDaid, the frontman of Northern Irish rock band Snow Patrol since 2014
It has been rumored that the group might have been celebrating Coco’s first foray into the showbiz world. The 12-year-old recently landed a starring role in a new music video from the Los Angeles-based indie star MONOGEM. It resembles Cox’s own beginnings. The actress was first noticed when she appeared in the video for Bruce Springsteen’s 1984 megahit Dancing in the Dark.
During Dancing in the Dark’s fade-out, Courteney stars as an audience member who gets pulled up on stage to dance with the Boss. This scene from the video became so iconic, that it regularly recreated during Bruce Springsteen’s live shows with a female member of the audience joining the New Jersey singer-songwriter on stage for the song’s finale.
Coco Arquette starred alongside Matthew RC Taylor in the new MONOGEM’s music video
“The video is a dreamy and colorful story about two best friends. I thought it would be interesting to create a visual showing two young teenagers getting wild in their own unique way,” MONOGEM explained.
“Amidst the kids’ smoky, neon reality, the boy is cross-dressing for the first time in a safe and comfortable environment without any judgment. That is a beautiful thing. With all of the craziness going on in the world today, I felt compelled to deliver this message and lyric to our very important younger generation: Life’s too short to not live wild,” the indie singer concluded.