David Arquette has some regrets about how his divorce impacted his daughter Coco Arquette.
The actor, 49, revealed his divorce from ex Courteney Cox, 56, took its toll on Coco, 16, and feels that he owes her an apology.
Arquette was asked in an interview for The Guardian, “To whom would you most like to say sorry and why?” Arquette responded, “My daughter, Coco, because divorce is so difficult.”
Arquette has been previously vocal about the challenges involved in co-parenting his daughter with the Friends star.
“We’re co-parents to our daughter who’s 16, so we have a really great relationship,” Arquette told Yahoo! Entertainment. “We’re friends, and we’ve communicated a lot because of Coco.
“We’ve just had — not an easy time with it. We’ve been really open and supportive of each other. We never went head-to-head [or] battled each other through the process of divorce and through the process of raising our kid, so it’s made for a friendship and relationship that is out of respect.”
The exes are also expected to partner on a new project. Arquette has signed on to return to his role as Sheriff Dewey Riley in the upcoming Scream reboot. Cox will reprise her role as news reporter Gale Weathers.
Arquette and Cougar Town actress met on the set of Scream in 1996. Three years later, they got married but split up in 2010.
Arquette has since married Christina McLarty. The couple wed in 2015, and share two children, Charlie, six, and Augustus, three. Meanwhile, Cox is in a relationship with Snow Patrol lead singer Johnny McDaid.