'Friends' Star Jennifer Aniston Urges Fans to Wear Masks Posing in a Selfie with Courteney Cox
Jennifer Aniston urged her fans to keep wearing their masks with a recent selfie photo featuring her best friend, Courteney Cox. The close pals both donned masks in the lovely image.
Jennifer Aniston is still all about promoting the message of wearing masks and keeping safe amid the ongoing pandemic. Yesterday, the actress took to her Instagram story to share a sweet photo of her and BFF Courteney Cox.
The image saw the "FRIENDS" co-stars in a close embrace, rocking matching blue and white tie-and-dye masks as they posed for the camera. Aniston rocked a nude sweater and had her blond hair parted in the middle.
Actress Jennifer Aniston at the Open Roads World Premiere Of "Mother's Day" at TCL Chinese Theatre IMAX on April 13, 2016 | Photo: Getty Images
Cox mirrored a similar style with her brunette tresses but opted for a denim jacket and accessorized with two simple necklaces. In the caption, Aniston urged fans to do the needful, writing:
"This isn't over yet... wear a mask and do your part."
A screenshot of Jennifer Aniston's post on her instagram story | Photo: instagram.com/jenniferaniston/
Aniston and Cox's friendship is one that has endured the test of time and has often been a source of inspiration to many. The duo got close on the set of the NBC sitcom with their characters, Rachel Green and Monica Geller, being best friends.
Despite being an advocate for being safe amid the pandemic, [Aniston] was recently on the receiving end of a backlash.
Their bond translated beyond the screen, with them supporting each other through their failed relationships. Aniston is also the godmother to Cox's daughter, Coco, with actor David Arquette.
Away from her relationship with Cox, Aniston has been a loud voice, urging fans to keep safe and take the COVID-19 pandemic seriously. Back in July, the actress warned about the severity of the virus with a heartbreaking post.
The "Horrible Bosses" star shared a friend's harrowing encounter with the virus, uploading a gruesome image of him in the hospital. She explained in the caption that the person was a friend named Kevin, who had no underlying health issues.
She enlightened her 36 million followers, advising them to wear a mask and obey safety protocols while thinking of families who have suffered devastating losses because of the health crisis.
Aniston concluded her post, noting that the photo was taken in April, and Kevin had almost fully recovered from the virus. Despite being an advocate for being safe amid the pandemic, the actress was recently on the receiving end of a backlash.
During the holidays, the 51-year-old shared a Christmas ornament photo with an engravement that read, "Our First Pandemic" on her Instagram story. The post was tagged insensitive by fans who shamed the Hollywood star.
They claimed she was offensive to those who have suffered a loss due to the pandemic. However, others defended Aniston, noting that she was only stating what had happened and always urged people to keep safe.