The 50-year-old actress, who has 10-year-old daughter Coco with the 'Scream' actor, 42, recently got engaged to ''soft-spoken and calm'' Snow Patrol rocker Johnny McDaid and is glad they can all spend time together.
A source told PEOPLE magazine: ''They get along, so it's really easy for everyone.''
Meanwhile, the brunette beauty's pals ''couldn't be more thrilled'' about her engagement to the Northern Irish musician.
Courteney's personal trainer Michelle Lovitt said: ''Her friends couldn't be more thrilled for her. We're all over the moon that she found this love with Johnny.''
Another source said the couple are a good match, adding: ''Their relationship is really mellow.''
Johnny, 37, proposed to the former 'Friends' star last week after just six months of dating.
The loved-up couple 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!''
The pair were first spotted together in December when they attended Courteney's close friend Jennifer Aniston's holiday party in Los Angeles.
Their friend Ed Sheeran previously confirmed their relationship was moving quickly when he revealed they had moved in together in April.
The couple are expected to wed in a ''small and intimate'' ceremony later this year.
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