Courtney Cox sparks more Friends reunion rumours with cosy Matthew Perry snap

Courtney Cox and Matthew Perry, who played couple Monica Gellar and Chandler Bing in the US hit show Friends, cosied up for a selfie after they grabbed lunch together this week.

The pair further fuelled show reunion rumours as they posed for the adorable snap, which caused quite the stir online.

With their faces in the sunlight, Courtney flaunted her age-less beauty in the shot, while Matthew looked cheery and relaxed as he flashed a grin for the camera.

Taking to the photo-sharing app, she wrote: "Guess who I had lunch with today. I know! Could I be any happier? Then added the hashtag 'real friends'."

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It's quickly promoted a number of comments from celebrities and former co-stars.

Lisa Kudrow, who portrayed Phoebe Buffay on the sitcom, gushed: "'Lucky lucky. #beautifulpeople."

And it also caught the attention of Jennifer Anniston, who exclaimed: "Matty! I love you guys!"

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The NBC programme Friends boosted their careers, as the pair played characters Chandler and Monica – who were part of a friendship circle of 20-something singles living in the same apartment building in the Big Apple.

The comedy series kicked off in 1994 and wrapped a decade later. During the programme, the two became romantically involved in season four, and by seven pair exchanged their wedding vows.

And in season ten, the couple adopt twins.

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The photo comes a week after Jennifer stayed mum about the much-talked about reunion rumours.

During her appearance on the Ellen Show, she confessed "something is happening", but didn't care to elaborate on the details.

She also made the same comment to Stephen Colbert on The Late Show on October 29, explaining: "Something is happening – but we don't know what that something is."

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