'I haven’t been invited': Jennifer Aniston snubbed for Courtney Cox's Irish wedding 4 months ago

'I haven’t been invited': Jennifer Aniston snubbed for Courtney Cox's Irish wedding

Friends no more?

Rachel Greene and Monica Gellar have been friendship goals for as long as we can remember and the actors who played them are besties in real life too.

Jennifer Aniston and Courtney Cox have always had the closest bond among all of the Friends cast but it looks like that might not be the case any more.

'I haven’t been invited': Jennifer Aniston snubbed for Courtney Cox's Irish wedding

Courtney is due to marry her fiancé, Snow Patrol's Johnny McDaid, in Ireland soon but Jennifer hasn't been asked to come.

"I haven’t been invited, it’s as simple as that," Jennifer told The Irish Sun.

“Of course I’d go if she asks me to, but so far she hasn’t.”

It seems strange, give the fact that Jennifer threw Courtney an Irish-themed bridal shower a few months ago and that Jennifer is going to be maid of honour when Courtney and Johnny have a second ceremony in Malibu.

'I haven’t been invited': Jennifer Aniston snubbed for Courtney Cox's Irish wedding

We don't know what to think and we're hoping that they're still best pals.

The pair are known to have leaned on each other in the past, including through breakups.

"It's funny, a lot of really close friends are kind of going through this right now or like Jennifer, [who] has gone through it," Courtney said after her marriage to David Arquette ended in 2010.

'I haven’t been invited': Jennifer Aniston snubbed for Courtney Cox's Irish wedding

"I don't know what's going on in the planets or what, but things are being shaken up and I don't know what's going to happen, but, yeah, Jennifer has been amazing for sure."

Jennifer also admitted that she slept in Courtney's guest bedroom "a lot" when going through a tough time.

"Without giving away too much of my private stuff, all I can say is she's been there for me through thick and thin," she said.