David Arquette and Courteney Cox called it quits in October. They were married for 11 years.
David Arquette and Courteney Cox called it quits in October. They were married for 11 years. Bang ShowBiz

Scream 4 co-stars still share bond

COURTENEY Cox says she and estranged husband David Arquette will always share a "special bond".

The couple - who have a six-year-old daughter, Coco, together - announced their separation last October after 11 years of marriage and while Courteney is unsure of their future, she knows they will always be in each other's lives.

She told You magazine: "I don't know what's going to happen between David and me, but we'll always have a special bond and I love him very much. No one ever wants to get divorced and when you get married, you think it's going to be for life, so we'll see. Taking care of Coco is the most important thing to us right now."

Courteney - who stars alongside David in new movie 'Scream 4' - says the couple are working on their problems to see if the marriage is worth saving.

She said: "The important thing for us is to be open with one another. We're pretty good about that, but we probably could have been a little better.

"I feel like this is a very important time right now and one where I need to find out who and what I am, and it's the same for David. It takes a lot of courage to switch things up and not drift in a relationship, so we'll just have to see where it goes. All I really want is to be happy."

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