Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox paid tribute to their Buddies costar Lisa Kudrow on Sunday as she celebrated her sixtieth birthday.
Aniston and Cox each shared posts on their respective Instagram accounts to have a good time Kudrow’s milestone—and the photographs are iconic.
Aniston’s publish contains unimaginable throwback pictures of herself and Kudrow throughout their years filming the basic sitcom. One is from a “Bought milk?” advert; one other is an lovable photograph of the 2 of them smiling whereas embracing on a purple sofa; and one other is a picture of Aniston and Cox leaning in to kiss Kudrow on the cheeks, throughout a Buddies photograph shoot. Aniston additionally included latest pictures of herself, Cox, and Kudrow collectively, in addition to a pic of the entire solid, taken by David Schwimmer throughout their 2021 televised reunion.
Although Aniston, Cox, and Kudrow appear to have remained closest out of the solid (which additionally included Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc, and Matthew Perry), the celebrities expressed throughout their reunion that all of them love one another dearly and at all times will.
“Please be a part of me in celebrating one in every of my favourite folks on the planet. LISA KUDROW!! 🎈🥳 She’s been my pal and my household for practically 30 unimaginable years. I cherish you…I really like you, my candy Floosh. One of the proficient comedians/actors I’ve had the nice honor to work with for all these superb years and extra to return! Pleased Lisa’s Birthday! ❤️🤸♀️🎈🥳❤️” Aniston wrote in her publish caption.
In her publish, Cox included numerous latest pics of herself and Kudrow, plus a candy throwback shot and a photograph of the entire solid from the reunion. “Pleased Birthday my Loot. That is my second try: ChatGPT didn’t provide you with practically the quantity of affection I really feel for you. You’re the smartest, funniest, most considerate particular person. I at all times really feel seen and cherished once I’m round you. That’s the present you give to these you’re keen on x,” she wrote.