Friends’ David Schwimmer cozies up to ex-wife Zoe Buckman at NYC protest ‘to demand a better future for our children’ – The Sun

Friends’ David Schwimmer cozies up to ex-wife Zoe Buckman at NYC protest ‘to demand a better future for our children’ – The Sun

FRIENDS’ David Schwimmer cozied up to his ex-wife, Zoe Buckman, at a New York City protest.

He posted the two came out "to demand a better future for our children."


David posted on Instagram: "Yesterday at the Protest & Vigil, downtown NY.

"We're no longer a couple, but @zoebuckman and I are parents of a nine-year-old, and fellow advocates for social justice and reform.

"We marched in honor of the countless black lives lost to racial violence; to oppose the institutional racism and systemic bias against marginalized communities; to show our love for, and solidarity with, our family members, colleagues and friends of color; because we are angry and appalled by the shocking indifference of our President; and to demand a better future for our children. ALL of our children.

"It is not enough to be opposed to racism. We must be actively opposed to it."



There have been protests across the country since video footage in Minneapolis last week showed white officer, Derek Chauvin, kneeling on George Floyd's neck after he was arrested.

The former truck driver, 46, died moments later.

Back in March David, 53, and the 35-year-old British artist were spotted enjoying coffee together in NYC.

The two have nine-year-old daughter, Cleo, and separated in 2017, sharing a joint statement: "It is with great love, respect and friendship that we have decided to take some time apart while we determine the future of our relationship.

"Our priority is, of course, our daughter's happiness and well being during this challenging time, and so we ask for your support and respect our privacy as we continue to raise her together and navigate this new chapter for our family."

Meanwhile, filming for the highly anticipated Friends reunion has been postponed due to the coronavirus.

Producers are hopeful it will begin by the end of the summer.

WarnerMedia Entertainment and Direct-to-Consumer chairman Bob Greenblatt told Variety: "We’re holding out for being able to get this special done hopefully by the end of the summer if the stars align and hopefully we can get back into production."

But sources think production may not begin until 2021.

An insider said: “It was difficult enough getting everyone on board for filming in March and it will be incredibly hard to get them all together at the same time again."

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