At the end of last month, darling Friend Star Matthew Perry passes away.
He dedicated much of his voice, time and money to fighting drug addiction. It was a familiar struggle for the late actor.
Now millions of fans are mourning his demise.
But for longtime friend and co-star Jennifer Aniston, the tragedy is extra affecting. And his loved ones worry about him.
In the wake of Matthew Perry’s tragic passing, Jennifer Aniston’s friends are concerned about her well-being.
The late actor was only 54 years old.
And according to an entertainment industry insider page sixIt is affecting him very badly.
Aniston and four other survivors Friend Artists gathered for his funeral on Friday.
There they mourned for him and said goodbye.
“Of the remaining five, Jen and Courtney [Cox] Are getting the most upset,” the insider details. “And Jane is probably the one who is struggling most intensely.”
“This is the second major loss in less than a year,” the source said.
The insider added that Aniston is upset about “the one-year anniversary of her father’s death approaching.” That first anniversary is usually the hardest.
“She’s still not completely back on her feet,” the source said. “And now it has completely disoriented him.”
John Aniston died in November last year at the age of 89.
Although days of Our Lives The star lived life to the fullest, there’s never a “good” time or age for a loved one to pass away.
According to the insider: “She’s trying to regroup and recover but this has been an absolutely devastating blow.”
Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, David Schwimmer and Matt LeBlanc joined Jennifer Aniston at her late friend’s funeral.
He buried his friend in Forest Lawn Cemetery, just minutes from the Warner Bros. studios. There, they spent a decade shooting a sitcom that made them all household names.
The artist was at the small funeral service, but did not take part in his burial. That was only for family and his close friends.
Tragically, Perry drowned in the Jacuzzi of his Pacific Palisades home late last month.
For many years, he has been open about his struggles with substance abuse and addiction. And Aniston, he noted, was the one person who always made sure to check in on him.
“She was the one who helped the most. You know, I’m really grateful to him for that,” he told Diane Sever in an interview just a year before his death.
Additionally, Perry shared with the world that Aniston was the first person she encountered during the Friends era.
This was when his addiction became impossible for his classmates to ignore. He did notice, but she was the one who spoke to him.
Sometimes, a friend saying something is the only way for someone to realize they need help. That care and concern may have added decades to Perry’s life. We hope she knows this.