Jennifer Aniston has urged everyone to wear masks, and cited the fight that a close friend of hers named Kevin is waging against Covid-19 as the reason.
The 'Friends' star shared a post on Instagram detailing the importance of wearing a mask in these trying times.
The 51-year-old shared that things changed when she got the leading role in the 2002 film "The Good Girl".
The 'Friends' actor posted a video of the picture processing on Instagram, along with coronavirus fundraising details in the caption.
Appearing on the show via video link, the "FRIENDS" star shared about being stuck at home had been a challenge, after spending the past three weeks in isolation.
Pitt, who once had a cameo in the popular sitcom, had apparently advised her that it was the right time for her to agree and urged her to say ‘yes.’
Aniston, the daughter of actors Nancy Dow and John Aniston, doesn't really see herself becoming a mother, she likes daydreaming about her future fantasy.
During an interview, the 51-year-old beauty was praised by Sandra Bullock for having 'a way of pushing joy and positivity' in her life.
Courteney Cox shared a picture of herself and the birthday girl in which the two looked almost identical.
The 'Mystery Murder' actor also shared a video along with the picture from the season 4 episode where Monica and Rachel end up losing their apartment.
The actor, who picked up her first SAG award for best female actor in drama for 'The Morning Show', was speaking to the press backstage post her win.
In the pictures shared by Twitter account of SAG awards, the two were seen going in for a hug and exchanging adorable smiles.
The honour marks her first overall win in more than two decades and her first-ever individual win from SAG.
Ever since she joined Instagram, Aniston has been sharing selfies and behind-the-scenes snaps, proving that she's become an Instagram pro.