Courteney Cox's daughter always buys her bizarre gifts for Mother's Day.

The 'Friends' alum and her 15-year-old daughter Coco Arquette - whom she has with her ex-husband David Arquette - will celebrate Mother's Day on Sunday (10.05.20), and Courteney has said she's ''glad'' gift stores are currently closed due to the coronavirus pandemic, as it means she won't get an odd gift from her daughter.

She quipped: ''I'm just glad that Spencer's the store is not open because I seem to get a lot of stuff from Oz. Last year Coco got me a book, I think 'The Sound of Farts'. Like, I love farts, I do. I love a fart joke. But I don't want that.''

Instead, the 55-year-old actress is hoping her daughter gifts her something that shows her ''feelings''.

She added during an appearance on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live': ''I want to have a nice handwritten letter, something talking about her feelings for me.''

Whilst the 'Cougar Town' star is pleased the current global health crisis has stopped her from receiving bad presents, she recently bemoaned the pandemic, as it has been keeping her away from her partner Johnny McDaid.

The Snow Patrol rocker is self-isolating at home in London whilst Courteney is in California, and the pair have been missing ''physical touch'' in recent weeks.

Courteney said: ''I have not seen him for so long.

''We spend a lot of time on Facebook but I just miss his physical touch. This is hard.''

And during her time at home, the actress has been binge-watching 'Friends' - in which she became a household name thanks to her role as Monica Geller - as she admitted she has very few specific memories of her time on the show.

She explained: ''I decided during this time - people love the show so much - I decided to binge-watch 'Friends'.

''I just started season one. It's really good!

''I don't even remember even being on the show. I have such a bad memory.

''I remember loving obviously everybody there, and having fun, and I remember certain times in my life that I was there. But I don't remember episodes. I would never pass. I fail every test.''