American actress Courteney Cox garnered her fame with her character as Monica Geller on the NBA sitcom FRIENDS. The actress has been great friends with her co-star Jennifer Aniston who recently marked her debut on the social media photo-sharing app. As Courteney is quite active on her social media, time and again the actress shares pictures of her reunion with her FRIENDS cast and treats her fans. Recently, Cox took to social media to share an adorable video of herself lying down on her bed, on which co-star and friend Jennifer Aniston left a cute comment, which will leave you in awe.
Jennifer Aniston left the world in shock as she officially started her account on social media. Jen even left The Royals behind and turned to be the fastest in the Guinness World Record to reach 1 million followers. Recently Jennifer’s close friend, Courteney Cox took to her Instagram to share an adorable video of her jet-lagged face. The actress captioned the video, “Jet lag suits me,” and looked beautiful in it as she had the Instagram filter on. In the video, Cox said, “This is the way I woke up this morning,” and explained how she likes it. (Also Read: FRIENDS: Monica Courteney Cox Quizzes Singer Charlie Puth, A Die-Hard Fan Of The Show)
While Courteney looked ravishing in the video with long eye-lashes from the filter, Jennifer Aniston left a quirky comment on the video. Addressing her comment to Courteney Cox as ‘CC’, the Murder Mystery actress wrote, “CC, I love you!” with laughing emoji. Aniston’s comment on Courteney’s video is adorable and clearly defines their friendship bond.
Meanwhile, as Jennifer is making full use of her Instagram account, the actress shared a picture from her FRIENDS reunion with her cast as her first Instagram post. While Courteney Cox recently quizzed ‘One Call Away’ singer Charlie Puth as he turned out to be a huge FRIENDS sitcom fan.
Image source: Instagram/ Courtney Cox
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