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'Cougar' and chatty Coco

'Cougar' and chatty Coco
The former Friends star executive-produces the ABC sitcom Cougar Town, supports a charity for children and is mom to a precocious 7-year-old daughter, Coco.
"I get really scattered," she concedes while calling from her car in Los Angeles, with Coco in tow.
While Cox readies Season 3 of Cougar Town for its January premiere,isabel marant sneakers, she is keeping busy with her work for the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation.
"My friend,isabel marant chaussures, who's my manager's sister, has a child who has this rare genetic skin disorder," says Cox, who sits on the charity's advisory board with her estranged husband, David Arquette, and best friend, Jennifer Aniston. ET and benefits EBMRF. But for Cox, teaching Coco about the importance of giving trumps a fancy purse any day.
"I've taken her on quite a few events that we have for EB, and she loves them," Cox says as Coco chimes in with a comment about a friend she knows with the disease. Her school is "good at teaching about giving back everywhere. If it's not getting across at home, it will be at school. She can't miss it."
And, there isn't much that gets past Coco. When the conversation turns to Arquette, Coco demands that Cox "tell about Daddy on Dancing With the Stars." The mother-daughter duo was a fixture in the studio audience before Arquette and his partner, Kym Johnson, were eliminated Nov. 1.
"She loved it and so did I. I wrote David as soon as it was over, and I said, 'What are we going to do?' It was such a special time to have every Monday. We're now going to try to do something else with family time, just the three of us."
Cox has nothing but praise for Arquette. "He's a good dancer. I'd never seen him do ballroom dancing. He's rehearsing now for the - I forgot what it is. What's it called?"
"Everyone who got eliminated comes back" for a finale group dance, Coco explains.
"She'll set you straight," Cox says of her talkative daughter. "She has a strong personality."
"No, I'm gonna be here for the time!" Coco protests.
But Cox, who is obviously a skilled multitasker, brushes off her daughter's melodramatic squeals of complaint with a laugh.
"She likes to pretend. She's dramatic. She's probably looking in the mirror just seeing what it looks like to be dramatic," Cox says. "She's a great actor. I'm already in trouble! You're going to be listening to the playback (of the interview) and be thinking,pas cher Isabel Marant Bottes, 'What is happening?' "
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