Jennifer Aniston Shares Precious Pics With Courteney Cox's Daughter Coco on Goddaughter's 17th Birthday
Jennifer Aniston proves that she will always be there for her best friend's whole family.
After Courteney Cox shared adorable throwback pictures on social media to celebrate daughter Coco Arquette turning 17 on Sunday June 13th, Jen followed suit in taking photos of herself with the teenager for the special day published.
A shot from years ago showed the 52-year-old star of The Morning Show with a big smile as he held up the girl who is Jens goddaughter and who seemed to want to hold the actress's face lovingly. "Happy birthday my sweet Cocolicious!" Jen labeled it.
Another pic showed the two friends alums who recently appeared together on the long-running sitcom's HBO Max reunion, posing together while a seemingly sleepy Coco sucked on one of her own fingers. Jennifer simply used three heart smile emojis to label this one.
Previously, Courteney had posted a carousel with photos of Coco, their only child with ex-husband David Arquette. The former couple separated in 2010.
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"Happy 17th birthday to my strong, sensitive, creative, loving, soulful, beautiful, talented, and wise Coco," wrote Courteney. "I love you so much."
Courtney Cox, Coco Arquette, Jennifer Aniston
The 56-year-old Cougar Town alum also shared her support for Coco on her Instagram story that day by writing, "Happy birthday to my coconut. It's the best kind of nut!"
For his part, David posted a picture of a much younger Coco wrapping her arms around him on his Instagram account on June 13th. The 49-year-old Eight Legged Freaks actor labeled it with three heart emojis.
Screenshots of Jennifer's posts can be seen above and below.
Coco Arquette, Jennifer Aniston
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