Courteney Cox And Matthew Perry Get Friends Fans All Nostalgic With Monica And Chandler Reunion

Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry have given Friends fans a serious dose of nostalgia after staging a Monica and Chandler reunion. 

During their time in the hit sitcom, the former co-stars’ characters became a couple, tied the knot and adopted twins, and more than 15 years since the last episode, the pair have given a glimpse at what the married couple would look like now. 

Courteney posted a picture of herself and Matthew on her Instagram after they enjoyed a lunch date together, quoting their characters’ iconic lines in the caption.

“Guess who I had lunch with today....I KNOW!!” she wrote. “Could I BE any happier? #realfriends.”

Cue hysterics from fans of the show...

It wasn’t just fans who were overjoyed to see Monica and Chandler back together, as their co-stars also shared their excitement. 

Jennifer Aniston, who played Rachel Green, wrote: “Matty!! I love you, guys.”

Lisa Kudrow, aka Phoebe Buffay, wrote: “Lucky lucky. #beautifulpeople.”

Matthew Perry as Chandler Bing and Courteney Cox as Monica Geller-Bing in The One With Monica And Chandler's Wedding (Photo: NBC via Getty Images)

Last month, Jennifer “broke Instagram” when she joined the photo-sharing site and posted a picture of all six cast members together during a recent reunion. 

The star later went on to reveal she is “working on something” with her former colleagues.

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She told TV host Ellen DeGeneres: “We would love for there to be something, but we don’t know what that something is.

“So we’re just trying, we’re working on something.”

The cast of Friends (Photo: NBC via Getty Images)

Ellen then pressed whether the project could be a feature-length film, but Jen remained tight-lipped, saying she doesn’t want to “lead people on” by giving any further information. 

The cast of Friends have always maintained that they wouldn’t want to revisit the classic sitcom characters, including Lisa Kudrow, who recently branded the idea “sad”.


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Jack and Judy Geller (Elliott Gould and Christina Pickles)

Whether they're being wildly sexually inappropriate, insensitive to their daughter or putting everybody in their place, the arrival of Monica and Ross's parents always guarantees an eventful episode.

While Jack and Judy are the recurring characters with the most guest appearances (20, if you're interested), we'd still like to have seen them a little more often.

Susan Bunch (Jessica Hecht)

Sadly, Susan was never seen past the sixth series of Friends, which is a real shame as we loved her long-standing frosty relationship with Ross.

We particularly enjoyed her blasé putdowns, which she managed to deliver with an iciness we aspire to.

Bonnie (Christine Taylor)

A woman who will shave her head in the middle of a beach holiday just because someone planted the mere suggestion in her mind. Amazing.

We know Rachel wouldn't have been thrilled by the prospect, but we definitely wouldn't have minded Bonnie sticking around for more than two episodes.

Eddie Menuek (Adam Goldberg)

As Chandler's brief time living with Eddie grew to a close, he became an even more odd creation, but it would have been great if the writers had cranked things up another notch with his strangeness, or at the very least showed us what happened when he was shown the door.

Where did he go? Who does he live with now? How is his cherished pet, the goldfish cracker? These are the questions we need answers to.

Amy Greene (Christina Applegate)

It's always great when one of the characters' family members arrive, because they remind you of how they used to be – and that's never more true than when Rachel's sister Amy arrives on the scene.

Amy is even more spoilt, and cares less about other people's feelings, than Season One Rachel, though with slightly less iconic hair. (No offence to Christina Applegate, of course).

Frank Buffay Jr and Alice Knight Buffay (Giovanni Ribisi and Debra Jo Rupp)

Joey was the character who went on to end up with his own spin-off, but we think it definitely should have been Frank and Alice.

Who honestly wouldn't want to watch a show about a man who marries his home-economics teacher, then raises triplets – that his sister gives birth to – with her? It would have been an Emmys shoo-in.

Amanda Buffamonteezi (Jennifer Coolidge)

Phoebe and Monica made the unwise decision to "cut out" Amanda, but frankly we'd have happily seen her stay until the finale, for the dancing alone.

Mr Heckles (Larry Hankin)

The great thing about Mr Heckles, especially watching earlier series back, is that it reminds you just how young the characters were – and what a nightmare that group of twenty-somethings would have been if you lived near them...

Erica (Anna Faris)

...conversely, by the time Erica arrives in the tenth season, her youthful naivety proves just how far the six principal characters have come.

We can't help but feel the fabulous and funny Anna Faris was criminally underused, and it would have been nice to see her stay around exploring New York for a while longer, rather than her few fleeting appearances.

Gunther (James Michael Tyler)

True, Gunther did feature in quite a lot of episodes, but how much do we know about the man behind the fluorescent hair? What does he do at night? Where does he live? What are his hopes? His dreams? His fears? Actually, it's probably best not to know...

Marcel (Katie the Monkey)

Just because.

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