Jennifer Aniston Had A Seriously Serene Christmas At Home With Her Dogs

Amy Mackelden
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Photo credit: Ethan Miller - Getty Images
Photo credit: Ethan Miller - Getty Images

From ELLE

Jennifer Aniston took to Instagram to reveal who she'd spent this years unusual Christmas Day with.

Christmas 2020 has been a little different for most people, as current COVID-19 restrictions make socialising impossible. However, everyone has been doing their best to celebrate the festive season.

Per JustJared, on Christmas Day, Aniston posted several photos on her Instagram Stories, most of which involved her beloved pups. The newest addition to her family, Lord Chesterfield, posed by some trees, which were covered in fairy lights, in one idyllic snap.

And it seems that Aniston's new puppy got tired out, as she shared a photo of him fast asleep in bed, presumably after too much Christmas excitement.

Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston  - Instagram
Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston - Instagram
Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston  - Instagram
Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston - Instagram

Aniston also shared snaps of Clyde, her Schnauzer mix, dubbing the dog a 'Christmas Rager.' While Clyde looked relatively calm sitting on a rug inside the actress's house, we can only assume that all hell broke loose before or after the photos were taken.

Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston  - Instagram
Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston - Instagram
Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston  - Instagram
Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston - Instagram

The star of The Morning Show also shared a photo of a Christmas decoration featuring the words, 'Our First Pandemic 2020,' which has since generated some backlash on social media.

Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston  - Instagram
Photo credit: Jennifer Aniston - Instagram

When the actress is not dabbling in satirical Christmas decor or sharing adorable doggy snaps, she is busy as the Chief Creative Officer of Vital Proteins a title that was announced, last month (November 18)

The multi-award-winning actress said in a statement, 'Collagen is the glue that holds everything together.' She continued, 'I’ve always been an advocate for nourishing your wellness from within, which is why I started using Vital Proteins so many years ago. Now to have the opportunity to be a part of the brand in a bigger way, as Chief Creative Officer, is very exciting to me.'

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