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Jennifer Aniston Praises Friend Courteney Cox: “She’s Been There for Me Through Thick and Thin”

Courteney Cox and Jennifer Aniston
"She's been there for me through thick and thin," Jennifer Aniston says of Friends costar and real-life best friend Courteney Cox, adding, "I've slept in her guest bedroom a lot."

They’ll always be, ahem, friends! Their beloved sitcom Friends may have ended ten years ago, but Jennifer Aniston and Lisa Kudrow both still have a deep friendship with costar Courteney Cox. In its February issue, More magazine asked the ladies to share what they love about cover star Cox.

“There’s absolutely no judgment in Court,” Aniston, 44, explained of her best friend. “You’ll never feel scolded. She’s extremely fair, ridiculously loyal and fiercely loving.”

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Aniston and Cox, 49, forged a close bond soon after Friends premiered in 1994. Since then, Aniston has gone through a painful divorce with husband Brad Pitt in 2005, and Cox officially closed the chapter on her nearly 14-year marriage to David Arquette back in May.

“I’ve slept in her guest bedroom a lot,” Aniston told More. “Without giving away too much of my private stuff, all I can say is she’s been there for me through thick and thin.”

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Costar Kudrow, 50, also agreed that Cox is a loyal friend. “There’s no agenda. There’s no guile. There’s no game. You can trust her completely and fully,” the Scandal star shared. “Whether I see Courteney every week or once a year, it doesn’t matter. I know who she is, and I know where I stand.”

Courteney Cox More Magazine Cover
Courteney Cox on the February cover of More magazine.

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The Cougar Town actress’ loyalty is also evident in her post-divorce relationship with Arquette, the father to their daughter Coco, 9.

“When you love someone, you want them to be happy, even if it’s not with you,” Cox told More. “Obviously, kids always want their parents to be together, but as divorces go, this is the best one we could provide.”

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