Jennifer Aniston is fending off the soaring temperatures taking control of the nation in the best way possible, by soaking up the sun on the beach.
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The actress gave fans a peek into her summer plans, which involved a relaxing day spent by the water in a swimsuit.
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She posted a selfie wearing a straw hat and a pair of sunglasses, providing a peek at the black swimsuit she had on.
Jennifer looked like she was having a blissful day, enjoying the serene winds and water and allowing her hair to blow behind her.
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Simply captioning her photograph with a pair of emojis, she quickly began racking up the likes, acquiring over 100,000 of them within ten minutes of posting.
Her Lolavie Instagram account left a comment reading: "THAT BEACH HAIR," and Whitney Cummings simply quipped: "OMW."
Jennifer embraced the summer in a black swimsuit
Her fans quickly began inundating her with heart and flame emojis, with one deeming her: "OMGGG SO BEAUTIFUL," and another saying: "MISSED YOU AROUND HEREEEE."
The Friends star rarely posts on social media and last opened up earlier in the month with a heartfelt dedication to a colleague she'd lost.
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In a statement she shared on her Instagram Stories, she revealed that Gunnar Mortensen, a camera assistant on The Morning Show, had suddenly passed away.
The actress wrote: "This past week we suddenly and tragically lost Gunnar Mortensen. One of the bright lights on our @themorningshow set. As camera assistant, he was so skilled and dedicated to his job."
The actress paid a heartfelt tribute to her colleague who'd passed
She added as well that a GoFundMe page had been set up in order to provide support for his wife and young son, calling for aid.
"In memory of Gunnar, a page has been set up to help raise funds for his wife, Keely, and his 2-year-old son, Lars during this difficult time. We are going to miss you, Gunnar."
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