Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid have reportedly been scouting wedding venues in the rocker's hometown of Derry in Northern Ireland.
Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid are reportedly planning to get married in Northern Ireland.
The couple - who got engaged last month - flew to the Snow Patrol singer's hometown of Derry on Wednesday (23.07.14) to scout potential wedding venues for their big day, according to the Belfast Telegraph newspaper.
The loved-up duo were joined by Courteney's 10-year-old daughter Coco - whom she has with her ex-husband David Arquette - on the trip as they paid a visit to Johnny's family to celebrate their engagement.
The rocker, 38, proposed to the former 'Friends' star, 50, in June after just six months of dating.
The pair shared the happy news with their fans shortly afterwards, by each posting on Twitter, ''I'm engaged to him!'' and ''I'm engaged to her!''
Courteney and Johnny were first spotted together in December when they attended the beauty's close friend Jennifer Aniston's holiday party in Los Angeles.
However, speculation things were moving very fast began to swirl earlier this year when the couple's mutual friend Ed Sheeran - who introduce them to one another - let slip that they had moved in together.
Meanwhile, Courteney finalised her divorce from her ex-husband David in May last year, but the ex-lovers remain on good terms and share custody of Coco.
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