The news are in. Reese Witherspoon lookalike, also known as her daughter, Ava Phillippe, is rumoured to be dating none other than Paul McCartney's grandson, Arthur Donald. They were spotted together in London, at Sketch. They're both in town to support famous family members, with Ava hitting A Wrinkle In Time's red carpet alongside her mother Reese Witherspoon on March 13th, and Arthur attending a special screening of My Generation with mum Mary McCartney and grandfather Sir Paul McCartney the following day.
We’re not going to lie… The two 18-year-olds looked adorable together. They also both seem to be preparing to leave the nest soon, with Witherspoon’s eldest daughter planning on starting college and Arthur having been accepted into prestigious American University, Yale. Apparently Grandpa Paul is helping him make the move and settle, sending Twitter into a mini frenzy when the legendary musician was spotted strolling through campus with his grandson.
We love seeing different generations of Hollywood royalty coming together and start a whole new dynasty of their own. What will their wedding be like? Will they dance to a Beatles song as their first dance together? Will Reese Witherspoon insist that the invites are scented, because it will add a a special touch (Legally Blonde reference, guys)? Will Paul McCartney invite collaborators and BFF’s Kanye West and Rihanna to the wedding? Will Ava DuVernay direct the whole thing? Will Mary McCartney serve as the wedding photographer? We have so many questions… Although, to be fair, they've just started dating, so maybe we need to keep these pressing questions on the DL for now...
The Debrief Celebrity Cameos In Friends
Joey's Australian dancer roommate who is the real reason we got to witness Ross and Monica perform 'The Routine'.
Phillip Schofield shocked This Morning viewers by admitting he'd been on Friends, well, kinda. He's a superfan of the show, and so he actually went along to a viewing of Friends in the 90s. His laugh can be heard in a scene between Jennifer Aniston's Rachel and Matt Le Blanc's Joey in series three.He said: 'I have actually been on Friends. I've been in an episode of Friends. The one where they keep the scary books in the fridge. When I say I was on Friends... my laugh was on Friends.'
The male nanny who Ross had an uncomfortable, definitely not okay, problem with.
Remember the big kiss? The one that Rachel apparently had in college with Melissa but no one believes her? That was with Winona.
Ross's son with Carol was not in the show anywhere near as frequently as he should have been. But the episode where Rachel teaches him how to pull pranks is gold.
Kind of makes sense to have the real life fashion person referred to in Rachel's TV world job, played by the real life person.
Susie stole Chandler's clothes after having him undress in a cubicle in some restaurant toilets as revenge for teasing and pulling up her skirt when they were at school.
Phoebe's last minute stripper for her bachelorette party was a fantastic dancer, and I won't hear otherwise.
Meet hot doctor number one who somehow finds himself in the middle of Rachel and Monica's identity swap after Monica loses her health insurance.
Helen popped up way back in the first season to give Friends a weird cross over into the Mad About You world. She tries to order coffee from Phoebe. It's a bit awks.
Ah cousin Cassie Gellar. A relative who comes to stay with Monica but is oogled at a bit too much by Chandler so then goes to stay with Ross and has a weird moment over there too.
What a role, eh? Andrea played mother to Emily (Ross's wife who's name he did not say at the alter) and answers the phone to poor pregnant Phoebe who wasn't able to fly to London for the wedding.
The award for the most out of nowhere cameo probably goes to these two guys who sat on the gang's sofa in the coffee house. Robin's character thinks his wife is cheating on him and for such an impromptu skit, it's pretty funny.
Aka co-president of the 'I Hate Rachel' club and lover of Thanksgiving food.
Paul is dating Rachel after she breaks up with Ross who is dating Paul's daughter Elizabeth. It's one of the best awkward relationship squares that I can think of and that pep-talk moment in the mirror is A-grade brilliance.
If you thought the guy who plays opposite Joey in a film then here's why. There's an awkward joke about an Oscar that he hasn't won (in real life and on the show).
Leonard/Jeff ends up getting peed on by Joey while congratulating him for a great audition, and I think we'll leave it there.
Yep, Joey's creepy Days Of Our Lives stalker is played by the Brooke Shields.
To jog your memory, Zack is someone Monica and Chandler want as a sperm donor - they just don't tell him this!
Here we have one of the Green sisters. We only meet Amy twice, and she has a real issue with getting Rachel's daughter Emma's name right.
And here we have the other Green sister. She's Rachel's younger sister who comes to find her in the city hoping to start a new life like Rachel did but, well, doesn't. We think dating Ross to spite Rachel might have had a little something to do with it...
Remember Tommy the screamer?
Fun fact, Monica and Chandler's baby girl (one of the twins they adopted from Erica) would be about 17 now.
Ryan, one of Phoebe's old flames, comes into town for a couple of weeks and hangs around even though Phoebe has the chicken pox. I suppose you could say it's kind of sweet.
Kristen is one of the many women that Joey and Ross bicker over. She appears in The One With The Cheap Wedding Dress (when the girls go to that crazy discount store to help Monica find her dress) and ultimately choses to date neither of them.
Miss Oklahoma runner up and causer of Christmas friction between Chandler and Monica.
We really hope no one took Jessica's screen kissing tips seriously. She's one of Joey's Days of Our Lives co-stars who is involved in that weird brain swap scenario.
Nine-year-old Dakota Fanning played the little girl who chats to Joey when he's taken by Chandler and Monica to visit a house out in the suburbs. Neither of them wanted the sale to happen so they bonded.
Let's have a moment for the unfortunate, nameless guy who has to sit next to Rachel on the flight from New York to London when she's adamant about telling Ross how she feels.
This article originally appeared on The Debrief.