Jennifer Aniston is giving her Instagram followers a glimpse into her busy life.

On Saturday, April 27, the Friends alum, 55, shared a rare photo dump post on Instagram checking in with her followers and offering a few update highlights.

In the carousel, the actress pouted her lips for a car selfie, showing off her grown-out lob, which she sported for much of awards season in support of her Apple TV+ series The Morning Show this year. In several other photos, she offered a glimpse of two of her three dogs, Lord Chesterfield and Clyde (her white pit bull, Sophie, was not pictured) lounging around and giving her some puppy-dog eyes.

Another shot captures Aniston sweating it out in a workout at Pvolve — the celeb-endorsed workout brand she previously partnered with — as she and the company’s director of training, Dani Coleman, pose together for a mirror selfie.

In other photos, the actress can be seen with friends — including TV writer Molly McNearney, the wife of Jimmy Kimmel and producer of his long-running talk show, actress Andrea Bendewald and Amanda Anka, daughter of Paul Anka and wife to Ozark alum Jason Bateman — as they chat on FaceTime and go out to dinner.

Other snaps show a particularly chic-looking woman seemingly hailing a taxi while walking her dog, as well as Aniston holding up a sign reading: “I can’t adult today.” The final photo features a simple shot of a bathroom mirror with a message written on it in marker: “I love you xx.”

Jennifer Aniston at PaleyFest LA 2024 on April 12, 2024.

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Aniston has been busy as of late. Just this week, it was revealed that she would be taking on the title of producer yet again for an upcoming reimagining of 9 to 5, the 1980 comedy starring Dolly PartonJane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.

Aniston is attached to produce the film through her company Echo Films, which she runs alongside producer Kristen Hahn, and Academy Award-winning screenwriter Diablo Cody will write the movie’s script. 

The actress is also set to start prepping for the upcoming fourth season of The Morning Show, the drama that follows the lives of the reporters and executives working at the fictional news network UBA.

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Earlier this month, during PaleyFest 2024, the Emmy-winning series’ showrunner, Charlotte Stoudt, revealed that the series’ next season will arrive after the 2024 presidential election.

“The show will be out after the election,” Stoudt hinted, adding, “[The challenge will be] how do you go at it [the election] in an interesting way without being predictive.”

A premiere date for the show’s fourth season has not yet been set.

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