Who’s that girl?! Coco Arquette looked more mature than ever looked so grown up and hardly recognizable when she joined her mother, Courteney Cox, at the ALS Association Golden West Chapter Los Angeles County Walk at Exposition Park in LA on Saturday, Oct. 15.
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She also made us do a double take while spending some quality time with her dad, David Arquette. The 13-year-old’s famous father took to social media to share pics of their sweet day on Thursday, Aug. 10. In one of the photos — which David, 45, proudly posted on his Twitter page — the teen sports age-appropriate makeup and an off-the-shoulder black top paired with golden hoop earrings. While she certainly still exudes youth, Coco looks nothing like the adorable elementary school student we’re used to seeing.
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During a recent interview with New Beauty, Coco's famous mother, revealed that she encourages their daughter to experiment with her beauty look — but only allows her to wear mascara to school. “I know some people think I should rein her in with the makeup, but it’s a form of self-expression. As long as she’s not sexualizing herself, it’s really just what makes her feel good,” the Friends alum said. “But I want to keep an open relationship with her. I care more about what she’s watching than what she’s putting on her face.”
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Though Coco has mostly shied away from the spotlight, the Hollywood scion dipped her toe into the acting pool back in March, when she appeared in the music video for Monogem’s song “Wild.” Coco made her onscreen debut more than 30 years after her actress mom, now 53, played Bruce Springsteen’s love interest in the visual for his 1984 hit “Dancing In the Dark.” In “Wild,” Coco plays a young girl who escapes her home for a night of G-rated fun — dancing! riding bikes! swimming! — with her BFF.
Shortly after the video premiered, David, took to Instagram to tell fans how excited he was to see his not-so-little girl follow in his and Courteney’s footsteps. "So proud of my daughter Coco and her performance in the @monogem video link,” he wrote at the time.