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December 30, 2019

People: Members of 'Friends' Cast 'Have Been There' for Each Other in Happy and Sad Times

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The episodic drama, "Friends" ended over a decade ago, after running for ten seasons, however, casts on the show have managed to play the script in reality by maintaining a close friendly bond with one another.

Recently, the "Friends" cast consisting of Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer, Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox, and Matt LeBlanc all reunited for dinner, and the love was nothing but genuine.

Courteney Cox as Monica Geller, Matt LeBlanc as Joey Tribbiani, Lisa Kudrow as Phoebe Buffay, Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing, Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green, David Schwimmer on "Friends" | Photo: Getty Images

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"...they had the most fantastic dinner. There was a lot of laughing and hugs; you would think they see each other all the time. They were truly friends...they all had the same goal."

Although the group has maintained a close-knit friendship, two out of the bunch bonds on a whole different level, Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox are the women whose lives have been intertwined the most. 

Courteney Cox Arquette and actress Jennifer Aniston arrive at the 2010 Crystal + Lucy Awards | Photo: Getty Images

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They have reached out to each other in times of comfort and need. This was displayed, especially when the pair each split from their partners.

The insider source continued to explain  the depth of their commitment by saying that:

"They have really leaned on each other...the fact that they have been there for each other in happy and sad times says a lot."

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Their get together was the first time the pack was spending time all in one place after the "Friends" series ended in 2004. 

Recently, Aniston appeared on an episode of "Ellen DeGeneres" show to clear the air on some rumors about the casts of "Friends" coming together for a reunion on the big screen. 

They not only celebrated the moment in laughter but succeeded in taking a photo of the group, which was later posted on Instagram. Jennifer happened to be on the lips of many as she updated the image on her newly opened Instagram page. 

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This was, however, a ground-breaking moment for the actors and their fans. Aniston, who recently joined Instagram, posted the shot on her infamous page.

However, posting pictures was not the only thing the actress intended to do on the new platform, as she went on to comment on one of her costars pages after he posted a throwback shot of the crew. She wrote:

"You don't have to # me anymore."

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Recently, Aniston appeared on an episode of "Ellen DeGeneres" show to clear the air on some rumors about the casts of "Friends" coming together for a reunion on the big screen. 

There she met singer Charlie Puth who asked her a series of questions, including whether there would be a movie involving the whole "Friends" cast. He also asked if he could be part of the project.

The actress revealed that there was nothing cooking yet and that she wouldn't want to give fans the wrong info.

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