Jennifer Aniston is known for always looking flawless on the red carpet.
So it’s no surprise that the 46-year-old has a good relationship with her glam squad – hair stylist Chris McMillan and make-up artist Gucci Westman.
And in a photo shared by Gucci on Instagram on Friday, the Friends alum can be seen showing her love as she wraps the two in a warm embrace.
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Close: Jennifer Aniston can be seen giving her hair stylist and make-up artist a big hug in this playful snap shared to Instagram on Friday by the latter, Gucci Westman
Jennifer showed off her slender arms in a semi-sheer, white tank top, which was accessorized with a small necklace.
Her long, blonde locks were worn in a center part and styled straight, and she had a bit of a smoky shadow look with some mascara highlighting her eyes, but otherwise sported natural make-up.
The Horrible Bosses 2 actress puckered her lips as she wrapped her arms around her team for a hug.
Meanwhile, her make-up artist Gucci was kissing her on the cheek, as hair stylist Chris mimicked her pose and puckered his lips as well.
Supportive: The blonde beauty’s husband Justin Theroux is nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award for his work on The Leftovers. Here she is pictured attending the premiere with him in October
Gucci captioned the friendly photo: ‘Love these two so much [heart emoji] @mrchrismcmillan #Jen Aniston.’
The team would perhaps be busy again with the star on Sunday, as Jennifer’s husband – Justin Theroux – is nominated for a Critics’ Choice Award.
He has been nominated for Best Actor in a Drama Series for his role as ex-cop Kevin Garvey on HBO hit show The Leftovers.
Beloved: Fans were excited when it was announced there would be a Friends reunion, but David Schwimmer (Ross, back right) clarified it is part of a tribute to director James Burrows
The 21st Critics’ Choice Awards will be broadcast live on A&E from the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica on Sunday.
Meanwhile, Jennifer has reportedly signed on to join fellow Friends alums Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, and David Schwimmer for an upcoming NBC special honoring TV director James Burrows.
At first, many were thrilled at the prospect of a Friends reunion, but according to David – as reported by Us Weekly – it’s really more of a tribute to James.
The gang’s – almost – back together! The cast – minus Matthew Perry (Chandler, front left) – will reunite for The James Burrows special, which is set to air on NBC on Sunday, February 21
‘From what I’ve been told from [Will and Grace’s] Sean Hayes, we’re all going to come up on stage and talk about Jim and give him a hug,’ he said.
Also, the reunion would not have been complete anyway, as Matthew Perry – Friends’ funny man Chandler Bing – cannot attend as he is rehearsing for his London play The End of Longing.
The James Burrows special is set to air on NBC on Sunday, February 21.