They say distance makes the heart grow fonder. It's been months since Courteney Cox has seen her boyfriend, Johnny McDaid, amid the coronavirus pandemic and quarantine. The former Friends star revealed in a birthday post dedicated to the Snow Patrol frontman that it's been " days since we were last together. Happy Birthday J. I miss you madly. Covid sucks. You don't realize -- I mean, we spend a lot of time on FaceTime -- now it's like oh my god, I just miss his physical touch. It's been hard. This is the longest time. Cox, in the meantime, has been spending time with her daughter, Coco, as well as Jennifer Aniston.
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Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid have been apart for over four months, but that didn't stop the Friends star from giving him a birthday to remember. Taking to Instagram on Friday, on Johnny's 44th birthday, the actress shared a photo of the two enjoying a Zoom call and told her 9. COVID sucks. Happy Birthday J. I miss you madly. Courteney's friends and fans were quick to send her uplifting messages, with Isla Fisher commenting: "Happy Birthday sweet Johnny.
By Jack Newman For Mailonline. And Courteney Cox stepped out with the Snow Patrol rocker on Sunday as they picked up some flowers from a farmers' market in California. The Friends actress, 55, wore a protective face mask and cut a casual figure on the lockdown outing with her musician beau, Flower power: Courteney Cox and Johnny McDaid picked up an orchid as they enjoyed a low-key Sunday at their local farmers' market in California. The screen star teamed a grey T-shirt and shorts with a red bandana around her neck and aviator sunglasses. Johnny looked similarly relaxed in blue shorts and a plain white t-shirt for the outing.
John McDaid born 24 July  is a singer, songwriter, musician and record producer from Northern Ireland. McDaid was the singer and songwriter of the band Vega4 , whose second album You and Others was produced by Jacknife Lee. McDaid went on to play guitar and piano and sing backing vocals in the alternative rock band Snow Patrol. McDaid's songs have been featured on many television shows, including, One Tree Hill , The Hills , Pushing Daisies , Defying Gravity , [ citation needed ] and have been used for many HBO network season campaigns, [ citation needed ] among others. McDaid also has a studio, Fieldwork Music, in North London where he writes, produces and mixes with and for various artists and songwriters. He has used Fieldwork as a project name for song releases, including the single "This Is Not The End", which featured in a trailer for the film Edge of Tomorrow. In , Example released his album The Evolution of Man. Digital Spy rated it four stars, calling it "an electronic anthem that's ready to take over the airwaves" and commenting that it "maintains a sense of depth, proving that despite his questionable celebrity jibes his talent still comes out on top. He also wrote and performed the number one club chart hit "Home" for Paul van Dyk.