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Friends Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow celebrate Independence Day together


Fourth of July Friends! Courteney Cox, Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow celebrate Independence Day together

They’ve stayed close ever since finding fame together on the NBC sitcom friends.

And on Sunday, Courteney Cox shared a selfie to Instagram showing her with Lisa Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston as they celebrated the July 4 holiday.

‘Happy 4th! xoxo,’ Cox wrote in the caption as the trip mugged for the camera. 

Friends forever: Courteney Cox shared a selfie to Instagram showing her with Lisa Kudrow and Jennifer Aniston as they celebrated the July 4 holiday together on Sunday

In the snap, the former co-stars posed against the backdrop of a scenic beach photo and large windows opening onto a tennis court.

As Cox, 57, took the picture, Aniston, 52, placed one hand on the back of her head as she wore sunglasses perched on top of her tousled streaked blonde hair.

Kudrow, 57, smiled into the lens while wearing a large floppy straw sunhat over her long blonde hair while Cox also wore her dark locks loose.

In a second photo she shared online, Cox revealed that Laura Dern, 54, was also at the Independence Day get together. 

Pals: In a second photo she shared online, Cox revealed that Laura Dern, 54, was also at the Independence Day get together

Pals: In a second photo she shared online, Cox revealed that Laura Dern, 54, was also at the Independence Day get together

Cox, Kudrow and Aniston were catapulted to stardom when Friends premiered in September 1994.

The three, along with their male co-stars David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc, became overnight sensations around the world.

The sitcom ran for 10 seasons, ending in May 2004. 

For the last two seasons, the cast negotiated a fee of $1 million per episode and that made Cox, Kudrow and Aniston the highest paid women on TV ever at the time. 

Finding fame: Cox, Kudrow and Aniston were catapulted to stardom along with their male co-stars David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc when Friends premiered in 1994

Finding fame: Cox, Kudrow and Aniston were catapulted to stardom along with their male co-stars David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Matt LeBlanc when Friends premiered in 1994

10 seasons: For the last two seasons, the cast negotiated a fee of $1 million per episode, making Cox, Kudrow and Aniston the highest paid women on TV at the time (pictured in 2002)

10 seasons: For the last two seasons, the cast negotiated a fee of $1 million per episode, making Cox, Kudrow and Aniston the highest paid women on TV at the time (pictured in 2002)

The six stars recently got back together on screen for the highly-anticipated Friends reunion show on HBO Max.

Reflecting on the one-off special in an interview with Harper’s Bazaar published Friday, Aniston observed: ‘Oh, it was full of emotions. It was a roller coaster of emotions. It was incredible.’  

‘They’re such family, and they’re so embedded in my heart ’til the day I die. That was what was so special.’

'Full of emotions': The six stars recently got back together on screen for the highly-anticipated Friends reunion show on HBO Max

‘Full of emotions’: The six stars recently got back together on screen for the highly-anticipated Friends reunion show on HBO Max 

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