In what some have been calling the ‘selfie of the year’, the -year-old actress delighted fans with a selfie featuring best friend Courtney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt Le Blanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer.
She captioned it: "And now we're Instagram FRIENDS too. HI INSTAGRAM."
But the post, which now has more than 7 million likes at the time of writing, attracted so much attention it temporarily crashed the page.
Fans and fellow celebrities flooded her comments to the post their welcome messages to Aniston, who up until hasn’t joined any social media platform.
Jennifer first rose to fame as the character Rachel Green and kept audiences gripped with her on-off romance with Ross Gellar for 10 seasons.
The show recently celebrated its 25th anniversary but not all the stars showed up for the two-hour reunion special due to busy schedules.
Boris Johnson renewed his commitment to delivering Brexit by October 31st, as The Queen unveiled the government's plans in her speech today.
The 93-year-old monarch announced the government's new legislation, which made clear that it's 'priority has always been to secure the UK's departure from the EU on October 31'.
During the opening of Parliament, the Queen said the government was determined to seize the 'opportunities' of cutting ties with the European Union.
The news comes after fears of a deadlock with Brussels, while there has already been a law passed by remain-backing MP's that requires Boris to seek an extension if a deal is not agreed by October 19th.
Vinnie Jones has weighed into the Rebekah Vardy and Coleen Rooney row, branding the fall out between the footballer's wives "embarrassing".
In his first television interview since the death of his wife Tanya in July, the former footballer-turned actor praised his wife for her discretion over the years.
Praising his wife for never seeking fame, he said: “You look at the papers now with the two football wives. Tanya got offered hundreds and hundreds of opportunities to do modelling and do stories and she never did any of them. She was the opposite to these girls now."
Rooney is being hailed as 'Wagatha Christie' by the internet, after accusing fellow WAG Vardy of selling stories about her.
In a sensational post on Instagram, the wife of Wayne Rooney claimed she had conducted her own five-month investigation after suspecting someone had been leaking her private Instagram stories to the press - an allegation that Vardy denies.
Vinnie said while the row was humourous, he believed the footballer's wives hadn't given much thought to how the public spat would affect their husband's and families.
“I think it’s quite funny, but what about the embarrassment to their husbands,” he said. “And no thought of the kids.”
Vinnie Jones has opened up about the moving letter his late wife Tayna wrote to their daughter before her untimely death in July this year following a six-year battle with cancer.
In his first television interview since her death, the 'Snatch' actor struggled to contain his emotions when reflecting on the letter that Tanya, whom he refers to as ‘Tans’, wrote to their daughter Kaley, 32.
“That [letter] said, ‘Don’t grieve, I will be waiting for you," he said.
Vinnie said his belief that he'll meet his wife again in the afterlife is helping him with his grief.
He said: "I’ve got something to look forward to...and she’s waiting. That’s what you deal with, that’s the best way to do it. That letter has made my daughter very strong. She’s now leading and taking up the reigns.”
Speaking about a card that Tanya had written to him, he said she wrote: “Vin, tomorrow something beautiful will happen. And in it [the letter] she wrote that something beautiful always happens up to her, she wakes up to me.’”
Tanya - who also had a heart transplant at the age of 21 - was treated for melanoma in 2013 but went on to fight three types of cancer before her death in July.
Brexit talks will resume in Brussels today as the first signs of a possible breakthrough in the negotiations begin to surface.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his Irish counterpart Leo Varadkar agreed they could see a "pathway to a possible deal" by the end of October.
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Laura Tobin has an update on the threatening Typhoon Hagibis that's heading Japan's way this weekend and how it might affect the games and spectators.