Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox model ‘Friends Forever’ merch on social media for charity

The Friends franchise is still one of the most popular reruns on TV and last year the six Friends reunited for a HBO special titled “Friends Forever.” They also released merch on the theme. On Monday, Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox modeled clothing with Friends Forever written across as the merch will be sold for a limited time to raise money for two American non-profit organizations—Americares, and EBMRF.

Jennifer Aniston shared a picture of both the Friends modeling the merch. She wears a white T shirt, while Courtney Cox wears a black sweatshirt. Both the T-shirt and the sweatshirt have FRIENDS FOREVER written across, surrounded by a circle of six keys. The keys remind viewers of the last scene in the show where Rachel, Monica, Phoebe, Joey, Chandler and Ross leave six keys behind as they move out of their iconic apartment in New York City.

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Aniston shared the picture to her 40.2 million followers on Instagram. She captioned the post “friends forever”, added a red heart emoji and tagged two charitable organizations—americares and ebmrf. EMBRF is a charity that raises awareness about Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB). It is a rare skin disorder that is genetic.

The Friends Limited Edition Cast Collection consists of
Phone Cases

The Friends Forever merch contains images, quotes and moments from the iconic show. They feature looks or moments that are treasured by fans, from the cast including iconic ones featuring Rachel, Monica and Joey. The merch focuses on images and events from Season 7 to 10.

The cost ranges from less than $20 for a mug to almost $70 dollars for a sweatshirt. However, picking the merch will not only help a charity but also let fans keep a small item of the iconic show forever.

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