Although Friends has been off the air for 15 years now, the show has resonated with every generation. That means that there are a lot of people out there that still care about the original cast of the show. They care so much that people have been constantly worried about Matthew Perry's wellbeing. Just last week fans were worried after he was seen looking pretty dishevelled, but the most recent Courteney Cox and Matthew Perry Friends reunion is letting us know that he's doing just fine. 

Perry made his a first public appearance in years earlier this year after months of rehab for his ongoing alcoholism. Fans were devastated to see the state their favourite comedian was in.

A few weeks after that Perry was back looking like his normal self and even met up with his old castmates for a 25 year anniversary dinner

Concerns rose up again last week when he was spotted looking extremely dishevelled while walking around LA. 

Spectators realized, however, that the comedian did appear to be on a date with a mystery woman making the circumstances a little less concerning. 

Last night, Courteney Cox decided to let fans know that he was, in fact, just doing just fine and there was no need for concern. 

She posted a selfie with her former on-screen husband and captioned it, "Guess who I had lunch with today....I KNOW!! Could I BE any happier? #realfriends."

Perry is still close friends with all his former cast-mates, but he's always seemed to have a special bond with Cox, consistently posting photos with her throughout the years. 

Although 25 years have aged our favourite "friends", their smiles tell us all we need to know. They're both doing great, and their bond is stronger than ever

We're glad that even if Perry is going through a tough time, he has people like Cox to help him through it. 


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