At the young age of 12, Coco Arquette has landed another music video -- and her mother couldn't be prouder.
Courteney Cox and David Arquette's 12-year-old daughter, along with aspiring actor Matthew RC Taylor, star in indie band Monogem's music video for their song "Wild" -- and wild they get.
The dimly lit video begins with Coco watching her onscreen mother pulling out of the driveway and her sneaking Matthew into the house. The two then start running amuck, putting on makeup, dressing in fur coats, dancing around the house and jumping into the pool. While most of the video appears to be just two kids having some harmless fun, it ends with Coco and Matthew, with smudged makeup, riding their bikes to a liquor store and pulling masks over their faces with the intent to rob the place.
"Great song, great video and that's my daughter!" Courteney tweeted on Wednesday.
Last summer, Coco was the muse of Foy Vance's song, "Coco," and her mother even directed the track's music video.
No doubt the 52-year-old actress gave her daughter some tips as she starred in two music videos herself. In 1984, Courteney portrayed a pretty audience member that gets called up on stage in Bruce Springsteen's music video for "Dancing In the Dark," and in 1996, she starred in the Counting Crow's "Long December" music video.
Currently, Courteney is dating Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid, but the mother-daughter duo has yet to star in the band's music videos.
During an interview with ET, the Friends star also bragged that her daughter has some serious singing skills, revealing that she performed "I Will Always Love You" at her father David's wedding to Christina McLarty in April 2015. "She's a really good singer," Courteney gushed. "I don't know where she got it!"