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Courteney Cox puts health first as she rocks a cloth face mask to run errands in Los Angeles

Courteney Cox gave fans of Friends a major treat as she recreated a scene from the hit sitcom’s 1998 Thanksgiving episode to commemorate the holiday.

But instead of rocking a raw turkey, the 56-year-old actress concealed her face with a mask as she ran errands in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon.

Cox, who was accompanied by a female pal, decided to rock a cute, but casual ensemble for her outing.

Out and about: Courteney Cox concealed her face with a mask as she ran errands in Los Angeles on Saturday afternoon

Her outfit consisted of a plain black tee and a pair of muted green cargo pants that cinched at the ankles.

The Scream star slipped her freshly pedicured feet into a pair of black slide sandals.

Courteney kept her essential items tucked away in a black designer purse that she hung over her shoulder as she made her way through the parking lot of a store.

Her brunette hair was styled into a low ponytail and she rocked a pair of gold aviator shades over her eyes.

Keeping it casual: Cox, who was accompanied by a female pal, decided to rock a cute, but casual ensemble for her outing

Keeping it casual: Cox, who was accompanied by a female pal, decided to rock a cute, but casual ensemble for her outing

Courteney’s outing on Saturday comes after the star reprised her role as Monica Geller to recreate the character’s hilarious ‘turkey dance’ from Friends for her 10.2million followers.

‘Happy Thanksgiving xoxo #friends,’ captioned Cox on the post, which did not prepare her following for what they were about to gloriously witness.

‘Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. I hope you’re having a great day. I’m feeling so thankful,’ the star said in a tongue-in-cheek video on Instagram, before switching from a gentle to threatening tone.

She continued: ‘If I get one more goddamn GIF of that turkey on my head dancing like a f**king fool – I’m just gonna snap!’ 

Truly thankful: Cox gave fans of Friends a major treat as she recreated a scene from the hit sitcom's 1998 Thanksgiving episode to commemorate the holiday

Truly thankful: Cox gave fans of Friends a major treat as she recreated a scene from the hit sitcom’s 1998 Thanksgiving episode to commemorate the holiday

Hilarious: 'Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. I hope you're having a great day. I'm feeling so thankful,' the star said in a tongue-in-cheek video on Instagram, before switching from a gentle to threatening tone; Courteney pictured on November 26

Hilarious: ‘Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. I hope you’re having a great day. I’m feeling so thankful,’ the star said in a tongue-in-cheek video on Instagram, before switching from a gentle to threatening tone; Courteney pictured on November 26

After a brief snippet of footage from the hit series’ 1998 Thanksgiving episode, Cox joked, ‘So anyhow, since I’m the symbol of Thanksgiving, here you go, hope it makes you happy.’

Then, she did the legendary dance for the first time in more than two decades with an uncooked turkey wearing sunglasses on her head and The Rembrandts’ track I’ll Be There for You playing in the background. 

While the entire episode is peak comedy, this particular scene between Monica and Chandler Bing (Matthew Perry) holds deep significance as it became the first time he told her ‘I love you.’

Her Friends’ costar Lisa Kudrow applauded her recreation in the comments section, writing, ‘You DID THAT!!’

Feels right: After a brief snippet of footage from the hit series' 1998 Thanksgiving episode, Cox joked, 'So anyhow, since I'm the symbol of Thanksgiving, here you go, hope it makes you happy'

Feels right: After a brief snippet of footage from the hit series’ 1998 Thanksgiving episode, Cox joked, ‘So anyhow, since I’m the symbol of Thanksgiving, here you go, hope it makes you happy’

Iconic: Then, she did the legendary dance for the first time in more than two decades with an uncooked turkey wearing sunglasses on her head and The Rembrandts' track I'll Be There for You playing in the background

Iconic: Then, she did the legendary dance for the first time in more than two decades with an uncooked turkey wearing sunglasses on her head and The Rembrandts’ track I’ll Be There for You playing in the background

Reese Witherspoon, who guest-starred Jennifer Aniston’s younger sibling Jill Green twice, wrote ‘Love you sister’ with a red heart emoji. 

Like Monica, who was trying to cheer up her boyfriend after a hard day, the funny clip cushioned the recent blow that the highly-anticipated Friends reunion was delayed until March 2021.

Two weeks ago, Perry confirmed the delay on Twitter: ‘Friends reunion being rescheduled for the beginning of March.’

The long-awaited reunion has been plagued with delays and HBO Max has now pushed the special back again, due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which is now surging in California.

Postponed: Like Monica, who was trying to cheer up her boyfriend after a hard day, the funny clip cushioned the recent blow that the highly-anticipated Friends reunion was delayed until March 2021; Courteney, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry, and Jennifer Aniston pictured

Postponed: Like Monica, who was trying to cheer up her boyfriend after a hard day, the funny clip cushioned the recent blow that the highly-anticipated Friends reunion was delayed until March 2021; Courteney, Matt LeBlanc, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer, Matthew Perry, and Jennifer Aniston pictured


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