Coco Arquette and Ellery Harper dating!

08/10/2006 at 07:00 AM ET

Courteney Cox-Arquette’s daughter Coco, 2, has fallen in love with Ellery Harper, 4, son of Laura Dern, 39, and the two are even dating! Cox said:  "Ellery is four and Coco and Ellery see each other and they kiss… They love each other, they hold each other, they hold hands. We were away together and Coco was sitting back and Ellery looked at her and goes, ‘Coco, you look like a real woman.’ I’m not kidding." Cox also thinks ahead: "I actually think if I could keep this relationship together I would be happy."

Source: contactmusic.com

Thanks to CBB reader Norah.

FILED UNDER: Uncategorized

Share this story:

Your reaction:

Add A Comment

PEOPLE.com reserves the right to remove comments at their discretion.

Showing 0 comments

tink1217 on

that is just the most adorable thing!!

M (michie) on

I love that. They are both so cute and to see them together and hearing what kids say is so cute. :)

stephanie on

and the mums could bond by hating angelina jolie, lol.

Jessica Bird on

Isn’t his name Ellery Harper?

Sarah CBB News Editor on

Yes. Kaisa is from Estonia, so I don’t know that she’s too familiar with Ben and Laura. I think Walker is his middle name? I will correct the post now – thanks for pointing it out!

Kaisa, CBB contributor on

Actually, I did mean his middle name by writing Ellery Walker.

Nancy R. Callahan on

‘Coco, you look like a real woman.’

That’s hilarious. :)

Heavenly_Hibiscus on

That’s so cute :-)

sara on

Aw, that’s like the most adorable thing ever.

Doreen on

Kids grow up way too fast these days. It’s cute though! :)

kendall alexsa on

o come on now coco you look like a real women for godsake he four and she 2 they dont what they doing what kind of a nane is cooc for a little girl said courtney cox name is carly carlson then it will be caca ann what kind of name is ellery for a boy fyi ellery is a gurl name

advertisement

From Our Partners

From Our Partners

Sign up for our daily newsletter and other special offers.
    Choose your newsletters
Thank you for signing up! Your request may take up to one week to be processed.
    see all newsletters