Jennifer Aniston, Lisa Kudrow and Courteney Cox are inseperable these days (Picture: @courteneycox, Instagram)
The Friends gang are inseparable these days as Jennifer Aniston, Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow reunited again to celebrate the Fourth of July together.
Weeks after treating us to a full Friends reunion special, the Central Perk gals hung out again to mark Independence Day in the US on Sunday.
Courteney, who played Monica Geller, posted a selfie which they took while gathered at a private house bash.
The actresses all seemed happy and relaxed with Courteney doing the honours of snapping the shot, Lisa serving summer vibes in a straw hat and Jennifer serving looks, striking a sassy pose with one hand strategically placed on her head.
‘Happy 4th! xoxo,’ Courteney captioned the photo. Big Little Lies actress Laura Dern was also in attendance and posed for a picture with Courteney.
It’s the first time the Friends stars have been pictured together since joining forces for the Friends HBO Max special, which aired in May.
They were joined by Friends co-stars David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Matthew Perry to reminisce about the much-loved sitcom, which ended in 2004.
Laura Dern got in on the Fourth of July fun (Picture: @courteneycox, Instagram)
After the episode, Jennifer shared behind-the-scenes photos from the one-off special and wrote: ‘Still basking in all the love from the #FriendsReunion. Thank you each and every one of you ❤️.’
‘Swipe for… The bazillionth selfie taken with the five of us…’ she jokingly added.
Courteney recently opened up about her time on the sitcom and admitted that she was ‘hurt’ to be the only regular not to receive an Emmy nomination for her performance as Monica.
The actress spoke on Howard Stern’s Sirius XM show with Jennifer and Lisa and said: ‘It always hurt my feelings.
The Friends cast were just together for the reunion special (Picture: HBO Max Pop / Twitter)
‘When every single cast member was nominated but me, it definitely hurt my feelings. I was happy for everybody, and then when it was finally like, “Oh, I’m the only one?” It hurt.’
However, the Scream actress said the ‘sting’ over the lack of recognition faded once she was nominated for a Golden Globe for her starring role in Cougar Town.
She explained: ‘The only thing that made me feel good — because they’ve all won and they’ve gotten so many accolades — I got nominated for Cougar Town the first year — a Golden Globe. And I want to say, “Oh, who cares?” It meant everything to me.
‘I wanted my peers to respect me and I know that the Golden Globes is not your peers, necessarily, but it’s like, “Ah!” It took a little of the sting out.’
The TV star added: ‘I just sometimes want to be included in certain things… and these girls on the show and the guys, everyone deserved every [nomination]. I’m in awe of both of your talent.’