Courteney Cox looked as adored as ever with longtime girlfriend Johnny McDade in New York City on Saturday.
The happy couple was spotted holding hands on the sidewalk to buy coffee together and enjoying shopping therapy at the James Purse clothing store.
For the relaxed event, the Friends star posed casually in a white T-shirt, matching jeans, and a light wash jean jacket tied around her waist.
She accessorized her look with a black crossbody bag and white sneakers.
Her partner, 47, wore a black T-shirt, charcoal gray slacks, and a stylish bomber jacket.
Holding hands: Courteney Cox looked as loved as ever with longtime girlfriend Johnny McDade in New York City on Saturday
Things are going well: Happy couples have been spotted holding hands on the sidewalk to buy coffee together or enjoying shopping therapy at a clothing store, said James Peirce.
Cox and McDade were always by each other’s side while running errands.
The two started dating in 2013 and announced their engagement in June 2014.
However, the two called off their engagement in 2019 but are still together today.
Courtney was married to her Scream co-star David Arquette, 51, from 1999 to 2010.
They have a daughter, Coco, 19, and Jennifer Aniston, 54, is her godmother.
Earlier this year, she gave a rare glimpse into their relationship while discussing how to get over a long-distance relationship with a Snow Patrol musician.
During an appearance on Drew Barrymore’s talk show in March, she gushed about her boyfriend flying from London to Hollywood to see her star on the Walk of Fame.
“Yeah, it was so sweet. He flew in from London. That’s where he lives,” she said.
Casual: For the relaxed occasion, the Friends star wore a white t-shirt, matching jeans, and a light wash jean jacket, which he tied around his waist.
Sweet: During an appearance on Drew Barrymore’s talk show in March, she opened up about her boyfriend flying from London to Hollywood to see her star on the Walk of Fame ( (published in February above)
Barrymore commented that long distance was too difficult for her.
Mr. Cox replied, “As long as there is trust, I don’t think it matters where you are.” You can be yourself and still get excited when you see each other. ”
Despite previously calling off the engagement, Cox suggested last January that the possibility of marriage hadn’t completely disappeared.
‘I don’t know. I am by no means against it. I’m not thinking about it,” she told People of the possibility of marrying McDade.