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Ringless David Arquette Steps Out with Coco

Ringless David Arquette Steps Out with Coco

David Arquette steps out with his daughter, Coco, on Tuesday (October 12) in Beverly Hills, Calif.

The 38-year-old actor was spotted without his wedding ring. David and his wife, Courteney Cox, are separating after eleven years of marriage.

Yesterday, Courteney was spotted out and was without her ring, too.

David chatted with Howard Stern this morning and said that he’s trying to be more mature.

“[Courteney] says that to me: ‘I don’t wanna be your mother anymore,’ ” David said. “I appreciated that. I respected that. I’ve been going to therapy. I’m trying to grow up.”

David went on to call Court his best friend and “the greatest woman [he's] ever met.”

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47 Responses to “Ringless David Arquette Steps Out with Coco”

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  1. 1
    olivia Says:

    so sad that they broke up…

  2. 2
    Niecy Says:

    I’m still waiting for my husband to grow up. That doesn’t mean I’ll divorce him though and leave my two young children split between parents. Ya gotta give it more work and respect marriage a little more than the “I don’t like you anymore” method. I would have been divorced YEEEARS ago if that were the case!

  3. 3
    Callie Says:

    Boys, when the become men?

  4. 4
    Zoe Says:

    Niecy is right. They should try IMAGO.

  5. 5
    JM Says:

    I caught a bit of the HS interview this morning and my heart broke for them both.

  6. 6
    olivia Says:

    @Niecy: @Zoe: you don’t know their relatioship… you don’t know CC or DA… so you can not say that. only they can know what is better for them…

  7. 7
    Anna Says:

    Him going out and talking about what he has done so far with other girls isn’t helping him. At least shes keeping quiet and behaving like an adult so far. no wonder she says she doesn’t want to be his mom.

  8. 8
    LaTanya Says:

    The longer your married the harder it is. I’ve been married 10 years and believe me it’s work some people can make it last and some can’t. I just hope that they keep it civil for their daughter’s sake!

  9. 9
    Peyton Says:

    Coco is precious! She will be alright! Her parents are nice people and still friends… My parents are also divorced and what can I say is that is better a divorce than live with fights… All I want is the happiness of my parents and if they are happier apart I support them.

  10. 10
    Mary Says:

    @Niecy: How do you know they haven’t tried? Yeah I agree, people should always try to work out their differences, but sometimes it just isn’t meant to be. Kids know when they have two unhappy parents.

  11. 11
    offtheproperty Says:

    Did he really say that she really said that? Let’s see who she’s hooking up with. Dear God I hope it’s somebody decent — like him. They’re both nice.

  12. 12
    Zoe Says:

    @Olivia. You are right. I don’t know them but I do know that we all find a mate with whom we have irreconcilable differences so that we may learn, grow and heal. Unless there is violence, drugs and cheating many people can work through a marriage with IMAGO. You can look it up if you are curious. Most people leave a relationship without being aware that they will most likely find a mate similar to their previous mate and run into the same problems. This is why the divorce rate is higher for second marriages.

  13. 13
    David Looks Good Says:

    David looks good; it’s nice that he is spending time with his daughter. Heard the whole Stern interview- glad he got a chance to tell his story before the rags and PR-types had a chance to scapegoat him. I think he wanted to be on the record for the sake of his daughter to let world know that he didn’t cheat on her mom (Courtney). Not sure if they had an open relationship or not, but from what he said on Stern and the announcement they issued, it was agreed that both he & Courtney were allowed to see other people.

  14. 14
    Renata Says:

    I agree with both Zoe and Olivia, even though they said different things. People do tend to leave relationships without trying; nobody wants to make an effort. It’s commonplace in this post-modern, ephemeral era. But I think each person knows her own limitations, so we can’t say she didn’t try enough. They were together for 11 years, and we don’t know how long it’s been this way… And I think this is how life works: what you do today is what you think is the right decision. If you regret in the future, too bad, but how can one know? You can just assume, you can just predict. As for her, it was enough, and being judgemental doesn’t help.

  15. 15
    Heidi Says:

    He looks like he’s having a breakdown.
    Why would anyone talk to Howard Stern, of all people,
    about something so personal????
    Howard could care less about anyone, least of all David Arquette.
    Give me a break.
    Mid life crisis, if you ask me.
    Stars are people too.

  16. 16
    joy Says:

    i’m happy for him. i honestly think he’s better off w/o courtney cox. not dissing her but i think he could never shine or do what he really wanted to do with his life when he was with her. someone closer to his age and more respectful of his needs would be nice.

  17. 17
    Lydia Says:

    YUP. He’s 39!

  18. 18
    juniper Says:

    I always liked D.A. and think he has the ability to be a very good actor and do more leading roles, he is still young and I hope he focus on that and getting good parts.

  19. 19
    Brightside Says:

    10 years is a long time for a celebrity relationship. Most celebrities don’t seem to be able to keep it together long enough to throw a first anniversary party so 10 years is pretty long haul. I would imagine that they’ve had a fair few up-and-downs as we all do and that, whatever the crisis is now, is just one crisis too many. Sadly for them, it seems to have come to an end and there is no point in going on if the feelings they once had for each other have changed. As much as people would like to believe that love lasts forever, it doesn’t. It gets old and tired, worn out and used up. They’ve lasted far longer than the average US national statistic and that’s a big achievement in a profession known mostly for egotism and selfishness, narcissism and deceit. I don’t think anyone has the right to question their decision after ten years together. They must have discussed this long and hard. Unlike the majority of celebrity relationships & marriages that fizzle out once the media stop taking an interest.

  20. 20
    maria Says:

    @Brightside: Some of what you say is true especially in celebrity relationships, but some love DOES last forever. I’ve been married for 30 years, and I am as in love with my husband as I ever was when I was young. The only love that gets “old, tired, worn out, and used up” is one that has temptations, a loss of priority, or just not enjoying each other anymore. It sounds like that’s exactly what happened to this marriage. But please don’t assume love doesn’t last forever, because it can, with the right couple.

  21. 21
    S*8hallo Says:

    This is sad and I wish the paps would leave them alone. It’s a shame that celebs have to let the public know when they decide to end marriages, realationships. I mean the only thing we should be concerned about as public is their work.

    Cox and Arquette’s marriage was private and how they chose to live their lives is their biz not mine.
    I feel sorry for CoCo and wish them all the best as they go thruogh this difficult time.

  22. 22
    darlene Says:

    PR STUNT!!!!!!!

  23. 23
    kizbit Says:

    To tell the world on Howard Stern that your wife hasn’t has sex with you in 4 months is not in anyway showing that you are trying to grow up. What a shame to put something so private out there like that and then say “she’s the greatest woman I ever met.”

  24. 24 Says:

    Gosh, it’s so sad that they are separating. I thought they would last. But I totally understand Courteney. But he is going to therapy, maybe they still end up together :-) (btw, they have always be that honest in interviews. so I’m not surprised that David told all that.)

  25. 25
    xiopio Says:

    I felt sorry for him listening to the interview, he sounded like a lost little boy…….At the same time, I couldn’t understand why he would be talking about how long it’s been since he’s had sex with his wife, and how he hooked up with some random chick, once, I mean twice. Yikes! Talk about needing to grow up. I wonder if he’ll talk to his therapist about how he made a mistake by being so frank on that interview…..

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