Bare-faced Courteney Cox cut a casual figure as she went grocery shopping in Malibu on Wednesday.
The actress, 58, who recently admitted she regretted having ‘fried’ her skin from too much tanning in her youth, looked chic in a white top and matching baseball cap.
The Friends star paired her outfit with cropped black pants and black trainers.
The Emmy nominee opted for a relaxed look and went makeup-free for the outing.
Courtney appeared cheerful as she chatted with a friend and pushed her own shopping cart down the street.
Relaxed: Bare-faced Courteney Cox looked casual as she headed out to run errands in Malibu on Wednesday
It comes after Courteney spoke about her long-distance relationship with Snow Patrol musician Johnny McDaid while appearing on Drew Barrymore’s talk show last month.
The Friends icon — who denied Prince Harry’s claims he took magic mushrooms at her house – got candid alongside her Scream VI co-star Melissa Barrera in the back of an SUV as they drove through the streets of New York.
She told Drew that McDaid flew from London to Hollywood to see her get her star on the Walk Of Fame.
“Yeah, it was so sweet. He flew in from London; that’s where he lives,’ she said.
When Drew remarked that long distance is too hard for her, Courteney replied, “As long as you have confidence, I guess it doesn’t matter where you are.” You can be yourself and still be enthusiastic when you see each other.’
Over the course of their romance, Johnny and Courteney were briefly engaged, but they called off the engagement in 2015 only to get back together soon after.
Although they mended their romantic relationship, they never got engaged again, though Courteney has suggested the marriage isn’t completely off the table.
Last January she spoke with People about the prospect of marrying Johnny.
She said, ‘I don’t know. I’m certainly not against it. I just don’t think about it.’
Casual: The actress, 58, who recently admitted she regretted having ‘fried’ her skin from too much tanning in her youth, looked chic in a white top and matching baseball cap
It’s about trust: It comes after Courteney opened up about her long-distance relationship with long-time beau Johnny McDaid while appearing on Drew Barrymore’s talk show last month
Long-lasting love! Snow Patrol musician McDaid showed his support for his lead actress when he flew from London to attend her Hollywood Walk of Fame ceremony on Feb. 27.
Barrymore also noted that he had seen Courteney’s daughter Coco hugging her mother during the ceremony.
“When I saw Coco hug you, what was it like having her there?” she asked.
‘It felt so good. Things I do are still embarrassing, but she was proud and it made me so happy that she was willing to take a picture with me and hug me,” said Cox.
Meanwhile, the Emmy-nominated producer – who has 17.2 million followers – has become a full-fledged social media influencer, having posted several videos on her page.
Last month, Courteney and her boyfriend played out the reality of what it would be like to be a spoiled puppy – complete with belly rubs, hidden pills, eye wipes and a high ponytail.
Then Cox teamed up with TikToker Kelli Erdmann for a movie with special effects where her head was blown up and popped as she danced to Technotronic’s 1989 hit Pump Up the Jam.
Keeping up with the times: Cox – who has 17.2 million followers – has become a full-fledged social media influencer
Butt of the joke: Courteney teamed up with TikToker Kelli Erdmann (R) for a special effects video in which her head was blown up and popped as she danced to Technotronic’s 1989 hit Pump Up the Jam
A day later, the producer star Scream VI appeared tested the loyalty of her Cavalier King Charles Spaniels Lily and Bear by playing dead on her lawn for 10 minutes to “see what they do,” which was nothing.
‘That is amazing. Thanks guys,” Courteney said sarcastically.
‘I mean, was that it? Guess? You’re not invited to my funeral!’
Cox will next produce and reprise her role as writer Patricia “Pat” Phelps in the eight-episode second season of Jeff Astrof and Sharon Horgan’s haunted house comedy series Shining Vale, premiering later this year on Starz.
Season one also featured Mira Sorvino, Judith Light, Greg Kinnear, Alysia Reiner, Sherilyn Fenn, Gus Birney, Dylan Gage, and Merrin Dungey.
The Homecourt founder famously began her career at the age of 20, dancing with Bruce Springsteen in Brian De Palma’s 1984 music video for Dancing In the Dark.