Actress Courteney Cox recently revealed a sweet nickname for her long-time friend actress Jennifer Aniston while celebrating her as she turned 52.
On Thursday, February 11, iconic actress Jennifer Aniston turned 52, and social media was awash with birthday tributes as fans and celebrities alike celebrated the on-screen diva on her special day.
And as usual, actress Courteney Cox, 56, came through with a special birthday tribute for her long-time friend, alongside two photos of her and Aniston.
The slideshow features a cute throwback photo of the "Friends" co-stars sandwiching Cox's snoozing daughter Coco, 16, whom she shares with ex-husband David Arquette.
Aniston also happens to be the godmother of Cox's daughter. Meanwhile, the second image captures the two stars together, and Cox reveals the funny nickname she gave Aniston in the caption. She wrote:
"Happy Birthday Jenny Louise! We've known each other so long I don't even remember why I call you that. I love you !"
Apart from Cox, several other celebrities took to their Instagram pages to wish Aniston a happy birthday, including Reese Witherspoon and Drew Barrymore.
Aniston also got a special birthday shout from her ex-husband Justin Theroux, who also revealed a sweet nickname for the delectable actress in his loving birthday message.
And any doubts about their close friendship were cleared as the two could not hold back their joy after reuniting in June 2020.
The 52-year-old last made the headlines in December after receiving heavy backlash from fans for a perceived insensitive post she made about the COVID-19 pandemic.
Some fans slammed the actress after uploading an image of a wooden ornament engraved with the words "Our First Pandemic 2020" amid the ongoing pandemic.
Amid the wave of attacks, some fans took it upon themselves to defend the actress and pointed to how much Aniston had done during the self-quarantining period to raise awareness about COVID-19 and encourage people to wear their masks.
And earlier this year, Aniston once again took to her Instagram page to urge her fans to continue to wear facemasks, alongside a selfie picture of herself and best friend Cox wearing matching facemasks.
Cox and Aniston have one of the sweetest friendships in Hollywood, which spilled over from their on-screen friendship in the popular 90s show "Friends."
Even though the show ended nearly two decades ago, their friendship has continued to blossom. And any doubts about their close friendship were cleared as the two could not hold back their joy after reuniting in June 2020.
Cox and Aniston continue to prove to naysayers that long-lasting friendships are achievable in Hollywood. And their palpable bond continues to shine through even in a pandemic.