Jennifer Aniston has shown her Instagram followers she is still mad about dogs with some new snaps she posted showing her three cute pups playing in the back garden.
Posting to her Instagram Stories to show off her three adorable dogs, Jennifer Aniston, 52, said they were enjoying a “dog day afternoon.”
Furry friends Clyde, Sophie, and Lord Chesterfield were seen in the sunny photos posted to their owner’s social media from the backyard of the $22 million California mansion where Jennifer Aniston is still residing after her split from ex-husband Justin Theroux almost four years ago.
In the glimpse into Aniston’s private life, the three playful pooches were seen in one pic sitting in the garden together, with trees and other greenery seen in the background.
Clyde is a grey Schnauzer cross, Sophie is a black and white Pitbull terrier, and Lord Chesterfield is a cream-colored rescue dog who was adopted last October.
There is plenty of space for Aniston’s dogs, which she often features on her social media alongside snaps from behind the scenes filming The Morning Show alongside Reese Witherspoon and Steve Carell.
Another photo showed Aniston’s three pets looking up at her from the grass, all with their tongues hanging out and tails wagging. She captioned the photo, “Sunday Funday” alongside a party face emoji.
In a third sunny photo from the weekend, Clyde is seen playing with a tennis ball and lying down on the grass with his tongue out.
Earlier this month, Brad Pitt‘s ex-wife and a close friend shared a throwback pic from March 3 last year, when she took a selfie with Clyde, who had a sticker saying “I voted” on his head.
The actress was seen pouting as she kissed Clyde, wearing glasses with part of her face hidden behind her pet’s fur.
Recently, Aniston, who is friendly with her exes, received a sweet public message from ex-husband Justin Theroux.
The actor penned this sweet message for Aniston’s birthday: “Happy birthday @jenniferaniston … [Love] you B!”
Theroux confirmed his friendship with the Friends actress in an interview where he said: “The good news is that was probably the most — I’m choosing my words really carefully — it was kind of the most gentle separation, in that there was no animosity. Again, neither one of us is dead, neither one of us is looking to throw hatchets at each other. It’s more like, it’s amicable. It’s boring, but, you know, we respected each other enough that it was as painless as it could be.”
Aniston appears in a great place emotionally.