Cupid's Pulse Article: David Arquette Says He Doubts He’ll Attend Ex Courteney Cox’s Celebrity WeddingCupid's Pulse Article: David Arquette Says He Doubts He’ll Attend Ex Courteney Cox’s Celebrity Wedding

By Courtney Omernick

Even though David Arquette has remained close with his celebrity ex Courteney Cox, he doubts that he will be attending her upcoming celebrity wedding to Snow Patrol band member, Johnny McDaid. According to, Arquette said about his relationship with Cox and her fiance, “We are all very tight and very close and very supportive of everyone.” These two celebrity romances have proven that, even among the stars, friendship with exes is possible!

Celebrity romances don’t always end in drama! What are some ways you can also remain supportive of your ex post-split?

Cupid’s Advice

It can be challenging to remain close or develop a friendship with your ex post-split, but if you’re looking to remain supportive of them, Cupid has you covered! Check out our love advice below:

1. Focus on yourself first: If you want to go back to just being “friends” with your ex, the first thing you need to do is focus on yourself and lose your “couple” identity. Take some time to be away from the person and work on you as an individual. Deal with the break-up in your own way before connecting with the other person again.

Related Link: Courteney Cox’s Fiance Johnny McDaid’s Mom “Loves” Her

2. Support their milestones: After you’ve spent time away from the relationship and understand yourself as an individual, you can show the other person your support through simple texts, e-mails, and phone calls. For example, if your ex just finished their first marathon, extending your thoughts through a “congratulations” text can show them that you’re still a part of their support system. We’re sure that Arquette expressed his happiness about Cox’s upcoming celebrity wedding!

Related Link: Courteney Cox Is Engaged to Snow Patrol’s Johnny McDaid

3. Be a resource: If you hear that your ex is going through a hard time with a family member or having problems with their computer, make sure they know that they can come to you for advice or help. Assisting them in finding a solution for their problems shows that you still want to remain active in their lives and support them through difficult situations.

Have you been supportive of your ex post-split? Share your stories in the comments.