Talk about an amicable split!
In a new interview with 'The Vancouver Sun,' David Arquette, 43, gushed about his ex-wife, Courteney Cox, 50, and said she is a "wonderful mother" to their 10-year-old daughter, Coco.
"First and foremost, we are friends and we love each other," the 'Scream' actor said. "We're incredible co-parents, she's a wonderful mother, we love our daughter and we just want a healthy relationship for that, in general."
David with Courteney and Coco in May 2006.
Aside from being co-parents, David and Courteney are also business partners with Coquette Productions, which recently launched the Canadian game show, "Celebrity Name Game."
"We respect each other. We enhance each other's skill sets," he told the publication. "We seldom ever have any kind of conflict… The greatest part is that when we get on a set that's a really fun set, that our daughter is there and she sees her parents interacting and caring for each other and having fun and being productive and creative."
David and Coco in January 2013.
The couple — who married in June 1999 — publicly announced their separation in 2010 and finalized their divorce in May 2013 after nearly 14 years of marriage. David is now engaged to 'Entertainment Tonight' correspondent Christina McLarty, with whom he has an 8-month-old son, Charlie West.