Jennifer Aniston has rare red carpet reunion with Friends co-stars Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow

Katie Rosseinsky
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Jennifer Aniston proved she’s still best of Friends with former co-stars Courteney Cox and Lisa Kudrow as they supported the actress on the red carpet at the SAG AFTRA Foundation’s Patron of the Artists Awards.

Cox, 55, and Kudrow, 56, joined Aniston, 50, at the star-studded event in Beverly Hills on Thursday night, where she was honoured with an Artists Inspiration Award for her support of humanitarian causes.

The actresses, who appeared in hit NBC sitcom friends from 1994 to 2004, were all smiles as they posed for photos ahead of the event.

The stars’ outfits even seemed to be perfectly coordinated, with Aniston wearing a black and white patterned dress with a ruffled skirt, Cox dressed in a black shirt and trousers and Kudrow choosing a black wrap dress.

Still friends: The famous trio reunited at the event (Getty Images for SAG-AFTRA Found)

They were also joined on the red carpet by Paul Rudd, who played Kudrow’s on-screen husband Mike in the final two series of Friends.

Actor Mark Ruffalo was also honoured with an Artists Inspiration Award on the night and was presented with the trophy by Leonardo DiCaprio, his co-star in the 2010 film Shutter Island.

Co-stars: They also posed with Paul Rudd (Getty Images for SAG-AFTRA Found)

Director Ava DuVernay and producer Greg Berlanti received Patron of the Artists Awards.

The Friends stars’ appearance comes after Aniston broke a Guinness World Record when she joined Instagram last month with a photo of all five of her sitcom co-stars.

The actress, who had previously shunned social media, shared a selfie with Kudrow, Cox, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry.

“And now we’re Instagram FRIENDS too,” she joked in her first caption, adding “HI INSTAGRAM.”

Guinness World Records confirmed shortly after that the star had broken the record for the fastest time to reach one million Instagram followers in five hours and 16 minutes.

The record was previously held by Prince Harry and Meghan Markle, who launched their official Instagram account @sussexroyal in April.

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