Jennifer Aniston And Courteney Cox Reunite With This Sweet Homage To 'Friends'

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Photo credit: Michael Tran - Getty Images
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Jennifer Aniston and Courteney Cox paid tribute to the iconic '90s sitcom that catapulted them both to stardom.

The former Friends costars, who played Rachel Green and Monica Geller on the hit TV show, reunited to promote a limited-edition collection of merchandise featuring unforgettable moments from the series' final four seasons.

On Instagram, Aniston and Cox shared a clip of themselves wearing matching 'Friends Forever' T-shirts, which also each included an illustration of six keys to represent the six main cast members.

'Friends forever,' they reiterated in the caption.

The duo also tagged Americares, a global disaster relief organisation that provides medical supplies, and the Epidermolysis Bullosa Medical Research Foundation, a charity that raises funds to find a cure for epidermolysis bullosa, a genetic skin disorder.

The collection—which includes sweaters, T-shirts, hats, phone cases, and mugs—will be sold on Represent for one month only.

Other former Friends stars also took to Instagram to promote the line. Lisa Kudrow, who played Phoebe Buffay, posed in a crew-neck bearing a Season nine scene in which Cox's character's hair transforms from the humidity while on vacation.

Matthew Perry, who played Chandler Bing, posted a photo of himself wearing a T-shirt of his character in an Easter bunny Halloween costume.

'The pink bunny is back!!' he captioned the picture.

'The final drop of the Friends Cast Collection is here featuring our favourite moments from seasons seven to 10.

'Only available for one month so shop at the link in my bio now or go to represent.com/friends !'

Meanwhile, David Schwimmer and Matt LeBlanc (who played Ross Geller and Joey Tribbiani, respectively) shared photos of themselves using mugs from the line.

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