Jennifer Aniston joins Instagram with a reunion photo of the actress with her former co-stars. She has a lot more Friends after making a big splash on Instagram. Within 12 hours, the 50-year-old actress attracted almost five million followers after posting a selfie with Lisa Kudrow, Courteney Cox, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer and Matthew Perry.

In the post, she also revealed that the cast had met up at Cox’s home. The actress wrote, “And now we’re Instagram FRIENDS too. HI INSTAGRAM.” After her profile appeared not to accept new followers for a short time because of a technical difficulty, Aniston joked: “Sorry, I think I broke it.”

Her current follower count stands at 6.4 million while her message has been linked by more than eight million users. Within 30 minutes, the actress reportedly gained more than 116,000 followers.

Jennifer Aniston Joins Instagram, Posts Reunion Pictures With Friends. |

It is likely to say that the actress now holds the record for having the fastest Instagram account to reach one million followers. According to the Guinness World Records, Prince Harry and his wife Meghan have held that title since when their joint account reached that milestone in five hours and 45 minutes.

It is believed Aniston’s account surpassed that record in a far shorter period. However, this has yet to be officially verified. Several celebrities have posed welcome messages for Aniston on Instagram including Mariah Carey, Kate Hudson, and Reese Witherspoon.

“YASSSS!!! Welcome to Insta Jen!!!” wrote Witherspoon, who appears with the actress in her new Apple TV series The Morning Show.

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