David Arquette rejected by Courteney
Tuesday 12 April 2011
David Arquette tried to "make a move" on Courteney Cox in Disney World.
The 'Scream 4' actor recently went on holiday to the Florida theme park with his estranged wife and their six-year-old daughter Coco and admitted while they were there he tried to reconcile with the former 'Friends' actress - only to be rejected.
Talking to Howard Stern on his XM radio show, the 39-year-old star explained that although the pair are on good terms - even sharing a kiss during the trip - Courteney insisted they stayed in separate floors in their hotel after he "made a move on her" while they were alone.
While Courteney, 46, rejected him, David would like a reconciliation in the future but admits it will be hard because there is lots of pressure on them because of her fame.
He said: "That's what I'd like from her relationship...to have a lot more fun. Some of that stuff is a lot harder for her to do.She can't go to South America and be anonymous there. 'Friends' is everywhere."
The couple have been open about their separation, making no secret of their desire to remain friends for the sake of Coco, and were even pictured on the red carpet together when they attended the 'Scream 4' premiere in Hollywood last night (11.04.11).
David has also spoken of how he still loves his wife "with all his heart" but said earlier this week the pair are still on a trial separation after 11 years of marriage.
He said: "We're not together. She's my best friend, and I love her with all my heart. But we're not together, we're still separated."
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