Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston have been friends for decades, and their friendship has stood the test of time. They first met in 1994 while filming the famous sitcom Friends and have remained close ever since.
The bond between the two actresses has only grown stronger over the years, with the pair helping each other through major life events, including breakups and marriages.
How Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston Remained Friends for Decades
According to Aniston, to be friends with Cox is to be family with her. Cox was always warm, inclusive, and interested in everything about her co-stars. During the show’s ten-year run, the two ate lunch together daily and adopted each other’s eating habits. They remained inseparable and had fun together, laughing along the way.
Their friendship has continued beyond the cameras. The pair still hangs out and often attend Hollywood shindigs together or enjoy lazy Sunday lunches at each other’s homes. They even go on holidays together, often visiting their favorite destination, Cabo San Lucas, in Mexico.
Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston supported each when going through a tough divorce
Their bond has helped them navigate some of the most challenging moments in their personal lives. When Aniston went through her divorce from Brad Pitt in 2005, Cox was there for her, offering a shoulder to cry on and a spare bed if needed. And when Cox split from her husband, David Arquette, in 2011, Aniston was there to provide comfort.
Their friendship has also included starring roles at each other’s weddings. Aniston made Cox her maid of honor when she married Justin Theroux in 2015. In return, Cox has asked Aniston to be her maid of honor when she walks down the aisle with Johnny McDaid, to whom she is engaged.
Their friendship extends beyond their personal lives, and they have also appeared on-screen together, including in Cox’s show Cougar Town and Aniston’s film Dumplin’. They have also supported each other’s professional endeavors and helped each other in Hollywood.
Cox and Aniston’s friendship has remained as enduring and endearing as the iconic sitcom Friends. Their bond has proven that true friendships can last a lifetime.