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Aniston and Clyde a Match Made In Heaven


Jennifer Aniston's dog, Clyde, a grey Schnauzer mix, is in quarantine with her through these scary coronavirus days. Aniston is here to report that the dog is rather pensive about the whole situation.

Aniston's been chilling at her Bel-Air home, which must be quite nice. Either way, Clyde is along for the ride and it seems like he's getting the run of the house. On Aniston's Instagram, Clyde was seen in a video taking it easy on her balcony.

"Clyde having some deep quarantine thoughts,” she wrote with the video.


Either way, it's nice to get a view into Aniston's home for which she paid about $21 million in 2011. It's nothing to scoff at, and Clyde is proof that it's acceptable.

Aniston gave a tour of her house to Architectural Digest a couple of years ago, and she appears to have kept the same style in the home.

In January, Aniston documented her preparation for the SAG Awards and the Golden Globes (remember those?). Aniston's closet had copious amounts of clothes, including a Dior Haute Couture gown for those very special occasions.

Aniston nearly broke the internet last year when she joined Instagram for the first time on Oct. 15. At that time, she shared a picture of her with her 'Friends,' aka the cast from "Friends" -- Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry and Courteney Cox. So far, Matthew Perry does not have a social media account.

“And now we’re Instagram FRIENDS too. HI INSTAGRAM," she said last October, and fans of the show were overjoyed. That post got 15 million likes.

Just a Little Bit More Time

Fans have been waiting patiently for the cast reunion that's been scheduled to air on HBO Max. They'll have to wait a bit longer, as production on the special has been halted at least until May due to the coronavirus.

Several weeks ago, Aniston shared another throwback photo of the gang dressed like it was 1945, and wrote "It's happening."

"We need you all back. Life isn't nearly as fun without you. I miss you guys soooo much 😓😪," wrote pippin.larry.


Aniston talked to Entertainment Tonight about the pressure she felt to join the social media site.

“What you resist, persists,” she said on Oct. 13.

Of social media, she said, “It’s something that is a part of our world now and it’s not going away. … You can actually have a little bit more control over the narrative that’s out there. [You can] right some wrongs and some silly things that, God knows, are said often.”

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