Courteney Cox and David Arquette's daughter Coco, 17, looks just like her famous mom during birthday celebrations

COURTENEY Cox and David Arquette's daughter Coco, 17, looked just like her famous mom during birthday celebrations.

The Friends legend, 56, paid tribute to her daughter in a sweet post.



Courteney cradled her baby Coco in her arms from a throwback taken from when she was a tot.

She showed off her fresh-faced look and features that looked just like her daughter today.

She looked relaxed in a black vest top and wore minimal make-up.

Coco looked sweet in a pink woolly hat and winter clothes.



Courteney wrote alongside the caption: "Happy 17th birthday to my strong, sensitive, creative, loving, soulful, beautiful, talented, and wise Coco. I love you so much."

She posted the shot to her Instastories too and wrote: "Happy birthday to my coconut. She's the best kind of nut."

The family celebrated by spending the day at Disneyland.

She posted a hilarious video on Instagram and said: "I love going to Dislneyland. It makes me feel so good."


She then proceeded to eat ice-cream, candy floss, a giant turkey leg and more.

She then said: "I don't feel so good."

Meanwhile Courteney teamed up with Elton John and Ed Sheeran to perform an iconic Friends spoof of Sir Elton's hit Tiny Dancer – and they dedicated it to Lisa Kudrow.

Fans of the famous US sitcom found the entire exchange hilarious, with 57-year-old Lisa issuing a response on her own social media page correcting the group.

Ed, 30, posted a video of himself, Sir Elton, Lisa's Friends co-star Courteney, and singer Brandi Carlile sitting around a piano and singing Elton's huge 1971 hit.

However, they tweaked the lyrics to: "Hold me closer Tony Danza", with Ed saying at the start of the video: "Lisa Kudrow, this is for you."

The lyric change references a Friends scene that saw Lisa's character Phoebe tell her pals she thought they were the actual words to the song.

Discussing the "most romantic song" ever made with Rachel and Ross, the kooky guitarist quipped: "That one that Elton John wrote for that guy on Who's The Boss? 'Hold me close, young Tony Danza.'"

Lisa filmed a video response to the dedication, issuing feedback as she captioned the post: "Exceptionally good, but…"

In the clip, she awkwardly says between laughter: "That was the most thrilling thing ever, it was so good…

"Technically though, it's, 'Hold me close, young Tony Danza'… But what you did was great too!

"Including the original song, Sir Elton, that was really good."


 

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