Published: Sat, October 19, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Jennifer Aniston shares very rare childhood photo for Throwback Thursday

Jennifer Aniston shares very rare childhood photo for Throwback Thursday

Jennifer Aniston's new Instagram account didn't quite break the internet, but it did break a world record.

Jennifer Aniston, 50, literally broke Instagram when she joined the social media platform on October 15 and posted a Friends reunion pic, posing with Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, and Matthew Perry.

The 50-year-old "Morning Show" star explained that she wanted to see what Instagram was about before taking the leap.

The "Friends" alum broke the social media platform when she made her first offical Instagram account, but the actress revealed on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" that she's had a secret account before.

She captioned the snap: "And now we're Instagram FRIENDS too".

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Aniston, whose first photo post was a selfie with her fellow Friends cast members, kept her introduction to the photo and video sharing social media network simple with a bio that read "Friends call me Jen". And while she was there she also talked about her record breaking new Instagram account.

However, she hinted that she was considering joining Instagram after she spoke to Reese Witherspoon about it.

Now she's not just giving fans shoutouts, or thanking them for their support.

Needless to say, Aniston's fans and famous friends loved the post. "It takes way more time than just actually writing a comment to what the person last just said".

"HI INSTAGRAM." The photo has been liked 13 million times. After asking Aniston, "ARE YOU AND ROSS STILL TOGETHER!??" But now, Jennifer has provided another update on what the show's characters would be up to in 2019. She posted a selfie and modified a dialogue from the first season of the sitcom: "Welcome to the social media sucks".

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