Courteney Cox shares emotional 'Friends' throwback photo and fans can't get enough

Courteney Cox shares emotional 'Friends' throwback photo and fans can't get enough

Courteney Cox just posted the ultimate Friend throwback.

The 55-year-old shared a picture of the entire gang - Jennifer Aniston, Matthew Perry, David Schwimmer, Matt LeBlanc and Lisa Kudrow - looking cheerful as they ate dinner together before filming the last ever episode of the hit sitcom. She also posted a picture of the final script, and it's safe to say that Friends fans just loved it.

Watch as Courteney Cox tries the Friends Instagram filter:

Cox, who played Monica Geller, captioned the sweet snap: "The Last Supper” before taping “The Last One” on Jan 23, 2004. #tbt #friends."

Naturally, her co-stars were quick to comment on the throwback post. Jennifer Aniston, who portrayed Rachel Green, was one of the first cast members to comment, with a slew of crying emojis, and Lisa Kudrow, also known as Phoebe Buffay, simply added "Awwww" alongside a shocked emoji.

And of course, fans of the show just loved the behind the scenes look. "This just got me emotional, I wonder do they know how infectious they all were in our upbringing," wrote one Instagram user, while another corroborated "Was watching this last night."

Another user added, "Stop teasing us and make this s**t happen again @courteneycoxofficial @jenniferaniston thx [sic].

Credit: Instagram / Courteney Cox

Credit: Instagram / Courteney Cox

In other news, the actress recently revealed that she had her fillers dissolved, admitting that she "didn't look like [herself]".

"I would say it’s a common thing you go through as you age, especially in Hollywood," the 54-year-old disclosed when speaking to PEOPLE. "You have to accept getting older, and that’s something that I had a hard time doing."

The actress - who is now the new face of L'Oréal Paris' Super Preference #OWNINGIT campaign - added that she started getting the injectable fillers because she "wasn't pleased with myself and the way I looked."

“[I tried] to keep up with time in a way that was anything other than maintenance. I didn’t realise it until one day I kind of stepped back and went, ‘Oh shit. I don’t look like myself.'”